THE SKIES REVOLT WANT YOU TO CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE AND ENTER TO WIN A SUPER NINTENDO

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The Skies Revolt are taking a step back in time! Embrace your childhood memories and head on over to www.theskiesrevolt.com to see the boys embark on an epic adventure in which you choose what happens next! Here’s a hint, watch out for bears!   While you’re there check out a chance to win your very own Super Nintendo! To enter simply draw a picture of what you think “action and adventure” look like and submit to:

Superdupernintendo@gmail.com

From there the band will post all the pictures on their Facebook. The person with the most “likes” on their picture will win the Super Nintendo! This contest will end March 20th so get your photos in now!   You can still check out The Skies Revolt brand new video “Its All in the Reflexes” exclusively at hmmagazine.com The Skies Revolt is now available for interviews and review requests. Their full length record Some Kind of Cosmonaut coming February 18th.  

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