ASKING ALEXANDRIA: New Song 'Run Free' Available For Download

Axe guys love music and gaming, and now Axe is offering exclusive access to both. You can download an advance unreleased track from one of the most talked about metalcore bands, ASKING ALEXANDRIA, exclusively on the brand's social gaming hub, Planet Axe, months before the album drops.

By registering on Planet Axe, music fans can be the first to download ASKING ALEXANDRIA's new song "Run Free" from the band's much anticipated new full-length album due out this winter on Sumerian Records. However, registered Planet Axe users get first access now.

Planet Axe is a new social gaming hub where fans can connect, compete and collect from more than $1 million in real rewards. The recently launched Axeman mobile game let's fans play their own personal music libraries — including their new ASKING ALEXANDRIA track — and automatically customizes the game to match the beat, making each experience unique. Axe Points earned through gameplay can be redeemed on Planet Axe for gear from partners like MTV, GameFly, Xbox, SteelSeries, Live Nation, Philips, WildTangent, and Klondike. Fans can also trade in points to compete in tournaments against other players.

In addition to exclusive music and gear, Planet Axe users have access to new games from Kongregate, part of the GameStop network. Kongregate is one of the biggest online portals for social gaming with over 45 million gameplays each month, and features thousands of games played by and made by users. Now Axe fans can play Kongregate games to earn real rewards through Planet Axe.

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