|Century Media Records spotlights artists on tour in February and March|
During the months of February and March, a number of Century Media Records artists will be on tour in North America, including label heavyweights LACUNA COIL, IN FLAMES, ICED EARTH and SUICIDE SILENCE. A list of all the CM bands that are hitting the road during this time is below, so check to see who will be coming to a city near you!
LACUNA COIL: on tour 2.7-3.29
In honor of these true road warriors, and just in time to welcome in March Metal Month, Century Media Records is now offering a sampler exclusively on the iTunes Store that features these artists along with a number of others who will be hitting the road in the upcoming months! Entitled Roadkillers, this sampler can be accessed from download cards that will be passed-out at CM shows or at (www.CenturyMedia.com/Roadkillers) throughout February and beyond.
So be sure to show your support for touring bands, March Metal Month and Century Media by coming out to one (or all!) of the upcoming CM shows and getting your free Roadkillers sampler.
With 17 tracks from an array of artists that demonstrate the true diversity of the Century Media Family of labels, Roadkillers has something for everyone, so be sure to pick up your copy! The complete track-listing for the sampler is below.
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