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Black Friday 2011 Heavy Metal Deals Revealed

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Looking for some quality metal for yourself or as a gift this holiday season? Many bands, labels, and music retailers currently have Black Friday and holiday sales going online for a variety of metal bands. Here's this year's roundup of Black Friday heavy metal and hard rock deals:

Instrumental metal act Odyssey is offering the "Schematics" EP as a free download Wednesday and Thursday only. Snag the digital download of the EP via the Odyssey Bandcamp page.

Savage Messiah has made the new album "Plague of Conscience" available online for free download. Download the album through Earache Records.

Mudvayne is offering a deal on merch through this location that lets fans order any three t-shirts for $40.

From today through this coming Sunday (11/20), Crucial Blast is offering a 10% off discount for any order placed through here or here over $25.00 by using discount code NOVCOMINGFIRE.

Hells Headbangers has a variety of special offers running, such as 10 CDs for $50 or three CDs for $15 on select titles. Check out the deals running right now at this location.

Throughout the month of November, Amazon is offering select MP3 albums for $5. While most of the titles aren't from metal bands, there are a handful of releases that may be of interest for metal fans, such as albums from In Flames, Volbeat, Suicide Silence, and more. See what's available by clicking here.

Xtreem Music has a deal running through the end of the month where all black metal cassette and CD titles available are 20% off. Check out the list of available titles here.

Every weekday until December 2nd, Relapse Records is offering one album for a mere .21 cents (with the purchase of an additional regular priced album). The album changes each day, and the offer today (Wednesday) is for Mastadon's "Leviathan." Head over to Relapse.com to check out each day's offer.

The Rockstar Energy Mayhem Fest has launched its 2012 holiday bundle, which features a $45 lawn package and $85 pit package. Included in the purchase of the package is a commemorative ticket, a pair of one of a kind tour socks, and Mayhem Holiday Card! Details are available at this location.

Rob Zombie's online webstore is offering a sliding scale savings, where you get an additional amount off your purchase as you spend more. The scale ranges from 5% off for an order under $35 to 25% off for orders over $200. The deal ends at 11:59 PM EST on November 24th.

From Friday, November 25th at 7PM until Sunday at midnight, the Deathwish e-store has 20% off most music, apparel, and accessories using coupon code DWBLACKFRIDAY.

To celebrate the holiday season, Standby Records will kick off the festivities giving fans an opportunity to purchase merchandise at a 25% discount. The sale starts this Thursday, November 24th at midnight and applies to all Standby artist merchandise available at this location. Use discount code "Standby25" at checkout to get the deal.

Christian metal provider Roxx Productions is offering 30% off your entire online order by entering coupon code WHITEFRIDAY. Head over here to see what's currently available.

Blood and Ink Records currently has 200 titles available at up to 40% off and is also offering a special grab bag of 10 CDs for $10.00. Check out the deals by clicking here.

Facedown Records has a sale running through Monday, November 28th with select CDs and DVDs as low as $0.99, with other albums also on sale for $6.99. Browse all the sale items here.

Know of any other metal related Black Friday or holiday sales we didn't include here? Let us know in the comments below and we'll add them to the list.

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