EONE MUSIC ROCK & METAL ONLINE STORE OFFICIALLY OPENS

All CD’s going for $6.66 for 666 hours starting today!
Previously unavailable titles, collector vinyl and more!

(NEW YORK – NY) eOne Music’s Metal and Rock division has unleashed its brand new online store today for the very first time. Given the depth of its back catalog, metal fans will enjoy newly available titles from a wide variety of artists.

For 666 hours, roughly 11 days, all CDs in the store will be sale priced at $6.66 – The catalog features such heavyweights as Black Label Society, Overkill, In Flames, The Contortionist, The Chariot, High on Fire, Glamour of The Kill and Pop Evil. Turn up the EVIL!

Vinyl collectors will enjoy newly available selections from Judas Priest, High On Fire and Hatebreed as well.

Click HERE or the image above to start browsing!

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