Five legendary heavy metal, punk, and rock n’ roll stars teamed up for the first time to answer two simple questions: WTF is wrong with eating animals, and why is eating plants so f***ing great?
In a series of video collaborations shared across Mercy For Animals’ social media platforms, music industry heavyweights explain the horrors of the animal agriculture industry. Rob Zombie, Alissa White-Gluz, Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, Bif Naked, and Davey Havok mince no words when it comes to the appalling consequences of factory farming. Together, these powerful videos amassed over 275,000 online views and countless supportive comments.
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Punk rock icon Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein of the Misfits reveals just how f***ed the dairy industry is for mother cows.
Renowned rock star Davey Havok of the band AFI dives into the origins of the farm-raised fish behind your local meat counter. Davey is a longtime Mercy For Animals supporter and friend, attending past galas and performing with his bands—Blaqk Audio and Dreamcar—at two Mercy For Animals music festivals.
Legendary heavy metal star and horror filmmaker Rob Zombie details the short, tragic lives of chickens raised for meat. Rob Zombie is a strong supporter of the animal advocacy community and presented Kat Von D with an award at Mercy For Animals’ 20th Anniversary Gala.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter and recording artist Bif Naked brings the public up to speed about fishing’s catastrophic rate of ocean destruction.
Powerhouse vocalist Alissa White-Gluz of heavy metal’s Arch Enemy dishes up the reasons eating plants is so f***ing good for your body and the planet. Alissa has collaborated with Mercy For Animals in the past, lending her voice to a video PSA and appearing on the virtual red carpet of our 2021 Hope Gala.
Together, these stars make the case for ditching animal products and switching to compassionate plant-based foods that are good for every person, the environment, and animals. Each PSA ends with one simple call to action: #PassItOn! Please spread the word by sharing these videos, and make sure to tag @MercyForAnimals.