REALITY ENTERTAINMENT Launches Worldwide Digital Release Contest

Reality Entertainment, formerly CMC International, the same company who brought you JUDAS PRIEST, IRON MAIDEN, MARCY PLAYGROUND and many more great artists, is looking for the next big thing, the hottest unsigned group or artist who's ready to be heard and seen by the world. Reality will roll out a full U.S. campaign: press, radio, and the works in order to launch the career of one special group or artist. All artists must submit their best mixed and mastered songs that are ready for prime time.

The chosen artist will receive: Their four-song EP released through major online download retailers worldwide: iTunes, Yahoo Music, Microsoft, MusicMatch, MusicStream, Napster, Real Networks, Sony Connect, Touch Tunes, Zingy, Starbucks and more; consumer ads in Metal Edge, Outburn, Filter, AP and more; inclusion on CD samplers: Lollipop, CMJ and more.

Reality Press and Radio will service 500 EP CDs to college, metal or alternative radio outlets applicable to the genre and 500 EP CDs to press outlets applicable to the genre. Epiphone guitar giveaway contest will be developed by Reality Net adding valuable names to the band's email database. In addition, the selected artist will receive an exclusive option to record a full-length debut in Los Angeles, CA.

Reality Entertainment is a record label with offices in California and Switzerland. Reality artists have played on festivals such as Ozzfest, Wacken (Europe's biggest festival), and the Harsh Reality Tour, sponsored by Epiphone and Metal Edge.

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