BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi's official message board (free registration required) has launched a competition inspired by a topic started by Nero Kalem. This is how it will work:1. Design an album cover picture related to BLACK SABBATH in some way, whether it be a song title, an alternative album cover or a new BLACK SABBATH album cover. 2. Upload your picture to the web, send the URL through a PM, it will be posted on the message board for all to see. Another way of doing it is to upload it to the "Ideal Black Sabbath Album Covers" thread saying that you want it as a competition entry, and it will be added to the competition thread. One entry per member, please. The prize is a copy of "The 1996 DEP Sessions" signed by both Tony Iommi and Glenn Hughes. The competition will be judged by Tony Iommi himself.
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