Win Chance To Sing With LAMB OF GOD At SIRIUS Studios

Sirius (web site), the premium satellite radio provider known for delivering the very best in commercial-free music and sports programming to cars and homes across the country, and "Hard Attack", the crushing 24/7-commercial free all metal station, are holding tryouts to see who can sing LAMB OF GOD's "Black Label" the best. Listeners can enter by calling the "bloodline" at 1-877-33-SIRIUS and going to box 27 for "Hard Attack". Deadline is this Wednesday, September 29 at 11:59 p.m. EST. The TOP THREE entries will be played that weekend before every LAMB OF GOD song and listeners vote for the one that rocks the most! Winner plus friend get flown out to New York City for a three-night stay, dinner and drinks with LAMB OF GOD and "Hard Attack" staff at "The Slaughtered Lamb", Sirius and LAMB OF GOD swag and the chance of a lifetime...singing with LAMB OF GOD live on "Hard Attack".

For more information, send an e-mail to Jose Mangin.


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