SHAITAN MAZAR To Give Away Guitar

SHAITAN MAZAR, the new band featuring former NILE members Chief Spires (bass, vocals) and John Ehlers (guitar), will be giving away a custom painted guitar autographed by the band at The Smacky Awards on July 16 at Ground Zero in Spartanburg, SC. Guitarist Robert Dirr will be parting ways with one of his very own custom painted Schecter's while Ehlers will be giving away another guitar at an upcoming show to be announced in Greenville. All you need to do to have a chance at winning is show up and pay full cover to attend the concert. SHAITAN MAZAR will give away and autograph the guitar immediately following the gig. This show is also a benefit to help Jim at Ground Zero with his medical bills. Other bands appearing are JUGGERNAUT, MIRAGE, DROP COMIX and HEADSNAP.

In other news, SHAITAN MAZAR have confirmed a location to shoot the first video for the upcoming release. The band will work with local director Timi Brennan. For more information on Timi, visit Forth Power.


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