Play On Stage With ARCH ENEMY: Contest Details Revealed
One lucky ARCH ENEMY fan will win the chance to play on stage with the band during the October 6 Gigantour stop in Tampa Bay, Florida. Contest details are as follows:
"Learn the lead guitar solo for the song 'Ravenous' (the solo at 3:00 - 3:12 in the song), show up at the ESP/Line 6 booth immediately after venue doors open at the Tampa Bay, Florida concert on October 6. ARCH ENEMY will pick three finalists, then pick a grand-prize winner who will be a guest on stage and play the lead solo during the song with ARCH ENEMY! Do not bring your own guitar — guitar and amplification will be provided by ESP and Line 6."
"Ravenous" can be downloaded here.
The North American installment of Gigantour 2006 kicked off September 6 in Boise, Idaho. The trek features LAMB OF GOD, ARCH ENEMY, OPETH, OVERKILL, THE SMASHUP, INTO ETERNITY and SANCTITY in addition to the headliner MEGADETH.
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