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Nothnegal Seeking Fan Remixes Of "Janus"

Nothnegal is currently seeking fans to remix the song "Janus," which appears on the band's upcoming "Decadence" album. Here is how to proceed:

Go to Season of Mist’s Facebook page and listen to "Janus" in the media player, then download the instrumental stems of the song from Nothnegal’s website here. The band commented:

"To remix the song, you can use your favorite audio editing software (Pro-Tools, Cubase, Logic, Reason or whichever you prefer). You may add your own vocals, guitars, drums or whatever instrument you want, as long as you are creative! Please upload your remix to YouTube or Soundcloud and send the link to contests@nothnegal.net or post it on Nothnegal’s Facebook wall.

"The competition will be running for one month, up until January 20th, which is the release international release date for Decadence (U.S. release date is January 24th). In early February, the band will pick the best three remixes and will post them on their Facebook and/or YouTube pages. All three winners will be offered two Nothnegal T-shirts and a copy of Decadence in limited digipak edition. In addition to these items, the very best of the three remixers will get a set of Bose QuietComfort headphones and their remix will be included on Nothnegal’s next album!"

You can also check out a teaser trailer for the upcoming "Decadence" album by heading over to this location.

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now this is kool... ^_^"

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