Listen to ‘Sins of our Creations’ Streaming Now at Revolvermag.com!
New Album ‘Decadence’ Hits Stores in North America on February 28th, 2012
Maldivian metal band NOTHNEGAL and GuitarWorld.com are teaming up for a special contest giveaway, starting today. The winner of the contest will receive a Jackson JS22R Dinky Guitar, a Rocktron Cyborg Digital Distortion Stomp Box, a copy of Decadence, and a NOTHNEGAL t-shirt. Contestants simply need to record a video of themselves playing the track ‘Sins of our Creations’ on guitar along with the tab available here, post it to YouTube, and upload it to the band’s Facebook wall. Revolvermag.com is exclusively streaming ‘Sins of our Creations’ now, so head over to listen to the track before recording your video. The winner will be chosen on March 7th, 2012, so submit your videos soon! Please note that only United States residents are eligible to enter the contest.
NOTHNEGAL recently recruited a new vocalist! Affan, the vocalist featured on Decadence tracks ‘Sins of our Creations’ and ‘Singularity’, began performing with the band on their recent tour of India. NOTHNEGAL has since made him a permanent member of the band.
Decadence is available on Season of Mist’s e-shop as a limited digipak edition. Each copy from the first pressing of the album comes with a unique code that can allow you to win a trip to the Maldives! More information on www.nothnegal.net.
NOTHNEGAL released their new album Decadence internationally on January 20th, 2012 and are set to release the album in North America to February 28th, 2012. Decadence is mixed by Greg Reely (Fear Factory, Machine Head, DevilDriver) and Ahti Kortelainen (Sentenced, Sonarta Arctica). Decadence marks the first official full-length release from NOTHNEGAL.
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