Editor’s note: Typically not a band we cover, but I met For King & Country in Seattle at Creation Northeast, and had a great time sharing a festival with the guys. (They played the main stage, while we watched the HM Stage.) But when management asked if we would help promote this contest, I decided it was important as they’re still a band that — believe it or not — influences a lot of metalheads and they’re really good people. – DS

Enter to win a TRIP to see for KING & COUNTRY Live in Concert AND an autographed copy of Hope Is What We Crave I Live CD /DVD.

Details:

  • ONE grand prize winner + a guest win a trip to see for KING & COUNTRY live in concert (date and show TBD).
  • HM will be giving away five signed copies of the band’s first-ever live audio and concert film, Hope Is What We Crave I Live. (You can also grab it on iTunes!)
  • You have until Oct. 21 to enter.

All you have to do is enter below!

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