AKERCOCKE Announces The Antichrist Code!

To tie in with the release of its forthcoming album "Antichrist" (due on May 28 via Earache), U.K. death metal band AKERCOCKE has launched a treasure hunt with a twist — The Antichrist Code. This is a unique digital phenomenon that asks fans to take part in a quest that is both challenging and confounding, with the reward of seeking a unique grand prize.

Avid AKERCOCKE devotees will be guided around the depths of the Internet, through sites such as Myspace and YouTube with their skills of discovery put firmly to the test at every stage. By following clues and unearthing conclusions relating to AKERCOCKE, fans will take part in a rare pursuit that will present them face-to-face with a dazzling and satisfying result.

The hunt to crack The Antichrist Code begins at this location.

AKERCOCKE will team up with CEPHALIC CARNAGE, TED MAUL and BURNING SKIES for a U.K. tour beginning May 16 in Nottingham.

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