Saturday, March 22, 2014

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Giveaway: Win A Digital Copy Of The Twenty Committee's Debut Album A Lifeblood Psalm


The Twenty Committee is an American band recently formed and that last year released their debut album, A Lifebood Psalm (2013), recorded in Radiant Records (Neal Morse's studio), the album was praised as one of the strongest releases last year.

The band was featured on Progshine Podcast 2 times. They were also reviewed on the website (HERE). And most impressive, they entered in our Best Of 2013 lists, and twice, once by public voting and then by our collaborator Jason Spencer list (HERE).

Progshine received exclusively 5 Bandcamp promo codes to giveaway. This promo codes allows you to download The Twenty Committee's A Lifebood Psalm (2013) in any digital format Bandcamp offers: MP3 (320k), FLAC, AAC, Ogg or ALAC.


Interested? Wanna win one of the 5 codes we have?
All you have to do is fill in the form below and you'll be participating. Just don't forget to read the Regulation on the bottom of this page.

* A little tip, if you don't remember in which episode The Twenty Commitee appears check out all of our Podcasts in THIS LINK or search them in our search bar.


Regulation:
1. This promotion is valid under all territories and borders.
2. The delivery of the Promo code will be made via E-mail.
3. The participants MUST give all the info in the Form above, or the participation will be unvalidated.
4. Every participant will be contacted through e-mail with a number. The winners will be choosed by the Random.org website with that particular number.
5. The giveaway is valid till March 31st. The winners will be chosen on Abril 1st and will be contacted the same day. If the one ore more winner doesn't answer the e-mail in 24 hours new winners will be chosen.
6. In case of any doubts contact us though our Contact Page or at progshine@gmail.com.

Also, stay tuned for more Giveaways, this is the first of many to come!
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