Motionless In White “Creatures” Giveaway!

Horrornews.net and Fearless Records want to put Creatures in your house. It’s time for another terrifying giveaway and this time we’re bringing the heavy metal! You have a chance to win some great prizes from Motionless in White. Here’s what you need to do: Email joyhorror@horrornews.net and put “Motionless in White” in the subject line. In the body of the email, I want you to list at least one song off the Creatures album along with your full name and mailing address. Please also include your T-Shirt size and if you are male or female ( just in case you DO win, we need this information for your prize ) We will have a random drawing before the end of the year where we will pull 1 Grand Prize Winner and 3 Runners Up! The Grand Prize Winner  will get an Immaculate Misconception T-Shirt ( see, that’s why we need your shirt size ), and Poster, and a signed copy of the Creatures album. There’s also going to be 3 runners up and they will get a signed copy of the Creatures album too. I think this is one of the best Horrornews.net contests so far. Don’t forget to read our Exclusive Horrornews.net Interview with the lead singer of Motionless in White, Chris Motionless.
This contest is for residents of the United States ONLY.

A new breed of dark rockers is subtly taking over, stealing the hearts of a dedicated legion of fans, with a blend of intense melodic metal and a penchant for the macabre. Already fan favorites in the scene, Pennsylvania sextet Motionless In White is set to rise to the front of the pack.

Their debut full-length album Creatures is a writhing behemoth of an album. Mixing gothic and industrial influences with brutal breakdowns, intense riffs and soaring choruses, the album interweaves themes of lust and revenge with the band’s passion for horror movies, myths and vampire culture. The band has since been named as one of Metal Hammer’s “75 Bands That Will Change The Face Of Metal”, Alternative Press’ Bands You Need To Know in 2010, and was one of Revolver Magazine’s Bands To Watch.The band has made a huge visual impact in 2011 with their provocative videos for “Immaculate Misconception”, starring Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider, “Creatures” featuring NY Ink tattoo artist Megan Massacre, and “Abigail” which has gained over 2 million views.

The band has already toured the U.S. with the likes of Asking Alexandria, Bleeding Through, In This Moment and Drop Dead, Gorgeous, Black Veil Brides and A Skylit Drive. After completing their tour with Escape the Fate and Alesana in early 2011, the band appeared at SXSW before launching into a full season of touring that included runs with Norma Jean, For Today, Vans Warped Tour and the All Star Tour with Emmure, and Iwrestledabearonce. The band continues their live onslaught into the fall on their first European tour in September/October with blessthefall and Pierce The Veil.

Armed with their jaw-dropping debut album, support from the media and an impressive live show ready to take to the masses, Motionless In White is poised at the center of a perfect storm, and is taking by the throat in 2011 and on to 2012. Miss them at your peril!
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About Mike Joy

HorrorNews.net Manager. Located in New Jersey. I've been with HNN since it's creation in 2008. Responsibilities: managing talent, acquisitions, new programs, website strategizing, celebrity interviews, public relations, the paranormal column, “Unexplained Confidential”, and more. unexplainedconfidential.blogspot.com

2 Responses to Motionless In White “Creatures” Giveaway!

  1. Mike Joy says:

    This Giveaway is Closed.

  2. Anonymous says:

    How would you know if you won?

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