Sciatic Nerve donate merch sales to benefit wildfire victims

In the wake of the recent, disastrous wildfires in their hometown of Santa Rosa, California, veteran punk collective Sciatic Nerve has announced plans to donate 100 percent of proceeds from their online merch store to the relief effort and residents who’ve suffered monumental loss that has left many homeless and without basic necessities. Those interested in supporting the cause can visit to purchase mech. 
“All of us grew up together in Santa Rosa and it’s been devastating to see entire neighborhoods lost in the fires.  We have all contributed and donated to the relief effort as individuals, and we wanted to do something together as a band to allow others to give back to the community that gave us so much in the past,” said Sciatic Nerve’s Chris Matulich.
Sciatic Nerve is a new punk/rock band that features revered punk musicians including Chris Matulich (Nothington), Luke Ray (Swingin’ Utters, ex-Cobra Skulls), Tony Teixeira (Western Addiction, ex-Nothington, ex-Cobra Skulls) and Kyle Lindauer (ex-Nothington). The group recently released their debut, self-titled album, Sciatic Nerve, with Anxious & Angry Records.