Arch Enemy vocalist Alissa White-Gluz is a mermaid captured in PETA’s new advertising campaign.
To encourage metal fans to go vegan and stop eating seafood, it shows the environmental impact of fishing, not to mention cruelty to animals.
White-Gluz, like her partner, Misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, is a longtime vegan. Fishing and the pollution it causes are the biggest contributors to declining ocean health and water quality.
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problem of eating fish
“Every time you want to go eat fish, you can choose to eat something else,” White-Gluz said of consuming fish as part of the PETA campaign.
“The first thing people are ready to ignore as living animals are sea creatures,” she adds. is destroying.”
Canadian vocalist-led Swedish melodic death metal act Arch Enemy to release album con man last year. They are currently touring in Japan and will play in Europe during the summer.
Environmental impact of fishing
PETA explains: … 90% of the major fish populations were lost due to the huge numbers of animals that were caught. ”
Playing on White-Gluz’s profession as a heavy metal singer, PETA also said that eating fish can lead to toxic heavy metals, including PCBs, and other contaminants that can cause liver damage, nervous system damage, and fetal damage. points out that it is likely to involve the contaminant aspect of dioxins, which have been linked to cancer; radioactive substances such as strontium-90; ”
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