Metal Heads will want to jump on board here and get your very own Limited Edition Ultimatum patch!

We ran a very special 3″ by 3″ square Ultimatum ‘Puppet of Destruction’ Patch!

We made 100 only of these patches for you die hard Ultimatum fans in partnership with Ultimatum!

Check out the Roxx Productions Store where there is a mock up of the actual patch and you can get one for only $6!

It is a brilliantly, bright full color patch with florescent green stitch around the sides!

All you head bangers will want one of these limited edition patches now before they are gone!

But wait! You say you’re a head banger and you still haven’t heard the remastered and expanded version of ‘Puppet’ yet?

The Expanded Edition came out AMAZING and was completely remastered by Sid Garcia with 3 additional bonus tracks!

For a limited time you can get the CD and the patch for one low price of $13.99! So what are you waiting for?

Again we only made 100 of these bad boys and without an announcement being made 15 are already gone!

Get one now before you’re caught in a mosh without your own Ultimatum patch blazing on that denim jacket of yours!

Patches will be shipped on or slightly before May 15th!

Roxx Productions

www.roxxproductions.com

www.facebook.com/roxxproductions

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