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Demon Hunter launches remix contest

Thursday, March 15, 2012 6:30 PM PT
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Official press release:

Mammoth metal-ers Demon Hunter offered fans a first taste of what is to come on their highly anticipated new album True Defiance when they dropped the blistering track "Someone To Hate." Now, the hard-hitting mainstays are offering fans a unique opportunity to put their own spin on the song via a Remix Contest hosted by premier online music creation site Indaba Music.

Indaba's 650,000-strong community of musicians can now download the individual vocal, guitar, bass, drum, synth, and other tracks that make up "Someone to Hate" and use them to create their own remix. Submissions will be judged by the band themselves, with the Grand Prize Winner receiving an official release for their track on Demon Hunter'S longtime label, Solid State Records, in addition to a hefty $1,000 prize. They will also receive a signed copy of Demon Hunter'S self-titled album and a one-year Pro Membership to Indaba Music. Five Honorable Mentions, chosen by the band from among the 10 most popular remixes, will receive a signed copy of Demon Hunter'S self-titled album and a one-year Pro Membership to Indaba.

"I'm extremely stoked about this contest," exclaims Demon Hunter frontman and mastermind, Ryan Clark. "I'm a huge fan of electronic music, so this is really exciting for me. I can't wait to hear the crazy and unique ideas people will inject into this song. I think remixing a song this fast and heavy might be a challenge, but I think it will yield really interesting results because of that. Go crazy!"

Enter the contest and view additional details here.

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