Cage Fight Release New Single Featuring Trevor Strnad

Today, October 10th, is recognized across the globe as World Mental Health Day. In acknowledgment of the occasion and tribute to Trevor Strnad, CAGE FIGHT have released a lyric video for "Eating Me Alive."

Originally planned for release back in May, the drop was postponed due to the death of Strnad just days prior. Now seems as good of a time as any to release the the video as Trevor's support helped push the Cage Fight project into fruition.

Rachel Aspe (vocals) comments, "Over COVID I was looking for a new project and releasing covers for something to do, but also to hopefully connect with other musicians. When I released my cover of "Statutory Ape", Trevor picked up on it and shared from The Black Dahlia Murder's pages, and it got a lot of attention. Trevor messaged me to say he loved it and hoped that I'd find a band off the back of the cover. Not long after James (Monteith, guitar) contacted me about Cage Fight and the rest is history.

"Had it not been for Trevor's support, Cage Fight may never have happened; it was a huge honor to have him guest on this song and it meant the world to us. He was one of the greatest supporters of the scene and new music and is truly missed. RIP Trevor."

Dan Craley
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