SALEM'S WYCH Launch Web Site, Offer Chance To Win Rare LP

'80s metal cult classic band SALEM'S WYCH have launched their official website at

To kick off the web site, SALEM'S WYCH will be randomly picking one name from their mailing list to give away an original 1986 sealed "Betrayer of Kings" LP, as well as the reissue "Betrayer of Kings" T-shirt.

SALEM'S WYCH "Betrayer of Kings" is one of the most sought-after records by metal record collectors worldwide, selling for over $100.00 each and nearly impossible to find.

Additionally two other runner-up entries will be picked at random to receive a reissue "Betrayer of Kings" T-shirt each.

The contest ends on March 15, 2005, at 12 p.m. PST and winners will be announced on the SALEM'S WYCH web site on March 16, 2005.

To register, sign up on the SALEM'S WYCH mailing list by March 15, 2005, 12 p.m. PST.

SALEM'S WYCH will be releasing their new album, "Through All Eternity", in the spring of 2005.


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