BURY YOUR DEAD Challenges Fans On Xbox Live
Get your Torque Bows and Scorchers locked and loaded, BURY YOUR DEAD is about to get brutal on Xbox Live. This infamous fivesome is challenging one and all to a vicious game of Gears of War 2 using the gamer tag BURYYOURDEAD555. The guys will be playing via Xbox Live every night starting tonight, June 2 through June 11 at 11:00 p.m. EST so grab your Hammers of Dawn and put your game face on.
In honor of its brand new album, "It's Nothing Personal", BURY YOUR DEAD is giving away free copies to those gamers who can beat them at this most ferocious of games. The band has been honing their Gears skills while out on the road with DISTURBED and KILLSWITCH ENGAGE over the last two months and have full confidence that they cannot be beaten. However, if you can rise to the challenge and claim the victory, check back to BURY YOUR DEAD's MySpace page the morning after your match for information on how to claim your copy of "It's Nothing Personal".
Be sure to check out BURY YOUR DEAD as they come through your city with STATIC-X and stay tuned for a very special tour announcement later this week. The band will also be hosting an episode of MTV2's "Headbangers Ball" on Saturday, June 20; look for the premiere of their brand new video for "Hurting Not Helping" that night!
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