You can now be the proud owner of a Kesha black metal shirt, and it's for charity!

Ride for the Feast, a bicycle ride benefiting the group Moveable Feast, which provides food for people suffering from AIDS, cancer, and other life-threatening illnessses, brings about plenty of fundraisers and benefit shows. This year's most creative way of raising money goes to noisy darkwave duo Curse: the band is selling shirts with an a black-metal version of pop star Kesha on them, complete with corpse paint and a creepy font. Singer/synth player Jane Vincent is participating in the ride this year, and drummer Logan Terkelsen designed the shirt to help her secure donations. Feel the bandmate love, y'all. Shirts are $15 and made to order.

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