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LAMB OF GOD announce "Escape the Plague" contest with tons of prizes

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Ever wished you could make it out to one of those ginormous metal festivals that get thrown in the UK? Wanted to be a roadie, or at least the guy who gets to scream "Are you spleen-licking chuds ready for LAMB OF GOD?" Maybe you just want a guitar lesson from MARK MORTON, or for RANDY BLYTHE to whip up some Virginia-style BBQ at your own personal dwellings. Point being, all of these options are in your reach as part of Lamb of God's new contest promoting their impending fifth album, Wrath.

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Here's how it all works: The first 100,000 copies of Wrath will arrive with a card that directs the buyer to this site, which goes live at midnight this February 23. Answer three questions, and the site will randomly pick 100 winners for the prizes on the list below.

As previously reported, Lamb of God's tour with AS I LAY DYING, CHILDREN OF BODOM, GOD FORBID and MUNICIPAL WASTE kicks off this spring, and Wrath hits stores February 24.


2 – Trips for two to see Lamb of God perform at a major UK festival in August
1 – Barbecue at your home hosted by Randy Blythe
2 – Mark Morton Guitars (Courtesy of Jackson guitars)
2 – Willie Adler Guitars (Courtesty of ESP Guitars)
2 – John Campbell Basses (Courtesy of Jackson Guitars)
1 – Chris Adler drum kit w/ an autographed Chris Adler snare (Courtesy of Mapex drums)
5 – Golden laminates, good for entry at any Lamb of God show for a year
10 – Introduce the band onstage in your town
20 – Roadie for a day in your town
7 – Sing on stage at soundcheck with the band
20 – $50 giftcards to the Lamb of God webstore (Courtesy of Bravado)
25 – Autographed super deluxe Wrath packages, including the CD, Vinyl, and UBS stick with bonus tracks
1 – Mark Morton guitar lesson
1 – Willie Adler guitar lesson
1 – John Campbell Bass lesson

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