CHIMAIRA Guitarist Enters 'EMG Metallica Challenge' Contest

Video footage of CHIMAIRA guitarist Rob Arnold playing a section of METALLICA's "To Live Is To Die" song as part of "EMG Metallica Challenge" can be seen below.

"EMG Metallica Challenge" is a contest where guitar players, bass players and bands were asked to make videos of themselves playing any METALLICA song and to upload it to YouTube with "EMG Metallica Challenge" in the title. The top four videos will be given to the members of METALLICA to determine the grand-prize winner.

The grand-prize winner will receive (1) Randall Amplifiers Kirk Hammett KH120RHS stack, (1) ESP LTD James Hetfield Snakebyte guitar, (1) EMG James Hetfield signature JH Set, (1) Kirk Hammett Signature Dunlop KH Wah, (1) pack of 72 Dunlop James Hetfield Black Fang Picks, (1) 6 pack of Dunlop Rob Trujillo Icon Series Bass Strings and (1) Red Monkey Bootleg guitar/bass strap. The prize package is valued at $4,000.


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