Not only is END's great debut album Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face out today on Closed Casket Activities, but END guitarist Will Putney (also of Fit For An Autopsy and producer for Knocked Loose, Vein, Every Time I Die, Body Count and tons of other cool bands) has announced a livestream event to benefit the ACLU called "We Can Do Better: Words From The Underground" featuring tons of cool musicians, including Ice-T and members of Every Time I Die, Knocked Loose, Converge, Terror, Nails, Incendiary, Harms Way, Counterparts, Vein, and tons more.

The livestream happens Sunday, June 14 at noon EST, and you can watch and donate HERE.

A press release reads:

An all-day live-streaming event hosted by Will Putney, featuring a collective of artists, record labels, producers, and managers.

Join us as we catch up with artists and discuss a wide range of topics in an open forum with Q&As and giveaways.

A minimum $10 charitable donation to the ACLU through our site automatically enters you in the giveaway raffle. Winners will be chosen randomly.

The raffle will include rarities, such as handmade items, test presses, 1 of 1 collectibles, music gear, merch, tons of vinyl, and more. The massive list of raffle items will be announced shortly.

The top three donations will automatically have first pick of the giveaways in order.

Other artists are welcome to participate. If interested, please email info@graphicnature.com.

Thank you for supporting this worthy cause.

Here's the long list of who the stream will feature discussions and giveaways from:

Ice-T (Body Count)
Keith Buckley (Every Time I Die)
Bryan Garris (Knocked Loose)
Matt Heafy (Trivium)
Kurt Ballou (Converge/God City)
Andrew Marsh (Thy Art Is Murder)
Tom Williams (Stray From The Path)
Scott Vogel (Terror)
Todd Jones (Nails)
Buddy Nielson (Senses Fail)
Alan Day and Dan O'Connor (Four Year Strong)
Josh Smith (Northlane)
Doc Coyle (Bad Wolves/God Forbid)
Anthony Martini (E-Town Concrete/Commission)
Patrick Sheridan (Fit For An Autopsy)
Brendan Garrone (Incendiary)
James Pligge (Harms Way)
Brendan Murphy (Counterparts/END)
Ethan Harrison (Great American Ghost)
Mark Lewis (Producer)
Anthony DiDio (Vein)
Monte Conner (Nuclear Blast)
Justin Louden (Closed Casket Activities)
Carl Severson (Ferret/Good Fight Music)
Equal Vision Records
Pure Noise Records
Nuclear Blast
Relapse Records
Closed Casket Activities
Good Fight Entertainment
Ferret Records
Liquid Metal
Metal Injection
Evil Greed
+ More TBA

Here's the poster:

END are also donating all profits of music and merchandise they sell this weekend through the Closed Casket Activities webstore to the ACLU.