For this year’s “Thrash & Burn Tour”, fans get to choose which up-and-coming band will join the tour as the opening act for headliners WINDS OF PLAGUE and supporting acts CHELSEA GRIN, AS BLOOD RUNS BLACK, FOR THE FALLEN DREAMS, UPON A BURNING BODY, IN THE MIDST OF LIONS, and LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES-so make your voice heard! To vote for the band of your choice, please click the link below and “like” WINDS OF PLAGUE to reveal the voting tab with this year’s contenders:

http://www.facebook.com/windsofplague?sk=app_236220069755255

THE DEVASTATED and THE GREAT COMMISSION are representing the Century Media Family in the “Thrash & Burn Tour 2011” contest-so CM fans, be sure to cast your vote for either band! The contest ends September 5th, so support them while you still can!

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