Angerot Vinyl Giveaway!


The autumn should be here but it’s not because, hey, turns out climate change is fucking real. To enjoy all that drought, floods and other catastrophes, Teeth of the Divine teams up with Clawhammer PR and Angerot to giveaway one copy of Angerot’s latest album ‘The Splendid Iniquity’ in vinyl! That’s right. One lucky bastard, chosen at random, will walk out with the limited edition black/red splatter vinyl. It also comes with a 12-page comic book, 11×17″ poster and the bonus track “The Conquering” as a digital download. So come on in and participate, it’s easy!

by Staff

So what do you need to do to get the stuff you can see below? You could go buy it from Angerot’s Bandcamp-page or you can fill the form below and hope that luck is on your side. Easy!


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GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED!

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DISCLAIMER: 1 entry per person.  The winner will be notified personally via email to confirm their shipping address. In case there is no confirmation in a reasonable time, Teeth of the Divine reserves the right to randomly pick a new winner. Your personal details will only be used to deliver the prize to you. All information collected via the form will be purged after the giveaway has been successfully concluded. Neither Teeth of the Divine, Angerot or Clawhammer PR take any responsibility over packages lost or stolen in the mail. Teeth of the Divine staff members are not eligible. Contest ends when there’s no form to fill. The form will be removed at some point during, or around September 17th, 2018. Teeth of the Divine reserves the right to change terms and conditions at any time.

 

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