Monday, October 13, 2014


Giveaway: Win A Digital Copy Or 1 CD Of Elephants Of Scotland's Second Studio Album

As part of our Band Of The Month feature, Elephants Of Scotland and Progshine are giving away 6 copies of their new album for free!

Elephants of Scotland is the brain child of multi-instrumentalist and composer Adam Rabin, who took upon the challenge in 2010 to start a progressive rock project in Burlington, Vermont; a place better known for jam bands, cows and maple syrup.

The band is featured this month on Progshine as our Band Of The Month, check everything about the band IN THIS LINK.

We here at Progshine HQ have 5 Bandcamp promo codes and 1 CD to giveaway. The promo codes allow you to download Elephants Of Scotland's Execute And Breathe (2014) album in any digital format Bandcamp offers: MP3 (320k), FLAC, AAC, Ogg or ALAC. The CD will be sent to you without any cost.

Interested? Wanna win the CD or 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.

1. This promotion is valid under all territories and borders, so don't worry.
2. The delivery of the Promo code will be made via E-mail, the CD will be delivered to the address given directly from the artist.
3. The participants MUST give all the info in the Form above, or the participation will be unvalidated.
4. Each participant will get a number, the number will be generated by the order of the received answers. The winners will be choosed by the website with that particular number.
5. The giveaway is valid till October 21st. The winners will be chosen on October 22nd and will be contacted the same day. If the one or more winners 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

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

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