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Ashentide Offering Self-Titled EP As Free Download

California's symphonic metal band Ashentide has issued the following announcement about offering the band's self-titled EP as a free download for a limited time:

"Ashentide Will Rock Paladino's on February 11, 2012! This is going to be our first show in 2012, and one of the few shows before we go into the studio to record our full-length album! So don't miss your chance to see us live! With free parking, great booze and grub, and of course, METAL, you are guaranteed to have a great time! It's a 21+ venue, and the cover is $10 at the door. Ashentide is going on at 10:00pm! If you are coming, be sure to join our Facebook Event, and invite your friends!!!

"So, which camp are you in? No, we're not trying to open this can of worms, not again :) After all, great music comes in all kinds of packages!

"Just want to celebrate one of our favorite symphonic metal bands for their success in the USA this year. As you may know, their new album entered the US charts in the top 30, and they just played a killer show at the Gibson in Los Angeles. Which is a great news for us, because looks like the US fans are finally starting to warm up to our favorite kind of music.

"And to celebrate that, we are giving away our debut EP songs for FREE! But it's for a limited time only, so make sure to get yours before January 24th, 2012!

"The only thing we ask in return, is that if you like our songs, make sure you spread the word! Post about us on your Facebook wall, Twitter account, and tell your friends! Every little thing helps our music reach more people!"

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