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Torture Division Wants Fan Contributions For Upcoming Demo

Torture Division vocalist J has issued the following statement about seeking fan contributions to their upcoming demo:

"As you know I am working on the lyrics for the next demo. And here is a chance for you to participate on the next recording!!!! We want as many as possible to record the following: An approx 2 second long 'HAIL!!!'. We want this to be fucking massive so please record as many as you like, try to make them sound different, record your friend, your mom, your parrot… Record it however you want, you can record it on your cellphone if you like and just send the file to us. If you have any questions about it just go ahead. The Lordi will answer asap. Ain’t this fucking sweet?"

Guitarist K also added the following:

"And as J said… Make the recording as decent as possible, turn it into a mp3 or any other decent format and mail it to torturedivision@gmail.com and I’ll make sure it comes to good use. Yes, we will use all of the contributions that are sent to us. We’d also like for you to spread the word on this and get as many people as possible into this thing. Bring it up on yer Facebook/MySpace whatever, anything to make people aware of this. This is a small thanx to all of you who have been supportive of what we do with Torture Division, you who always buy our merch and are generally cool as shit. We are accepting contributions up until we say otherwise, but you at least have some months to do this shit since drums are planned for the end of this month."

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