A number of rock's hottest acts have come together in honor of former Saves The Day bassist Sean McGrath, who lost a two year battle with cancer last month. The album, dubbed In Honor: A Compilation To Beat Cancer, pools unreleased tracks from the likes of Saves The Day, Dashboard Confessional, Thrice, and Thursday, as well as unreleased live recordings from My Chemical Romance, Funeral For A Friend, Bouncing Souls and Jawbreaker. Due out September 21 through Vagrant, proceeds from the album will be split between the Syrenthia Savio Endowment and the Sean McGrath Fund, both of which, according to MTV News, provide financial assistance and support to cancer patients in need.
Prior to his death, McGrath submitted a song to his one-time side-project the Foreign Exchange entitled "I Hate This Stupid Bike." You can stream that track here. A complete track listing for In Honor: A Compilation To Beat Cancer has yet to be released.