HALFORD/PAINMUSEUM Guitarist METAL MIKE to Offer Violent Guitar Contest

During one of the stops on PAINMUSEUM's "East Coast Violence Tour", guitarist "Metal" Mike Chlasciak will be offering a special, one-time contest. "For our Dingbatz Club performance in Clifton, NJ we will be offering a Violent Guitar Contest," said Mike in a press release. "To enter is free and you will have a chance to win a huge bundle of prizes from our sponsors. A winner will receive a Digitech guitar processor, D'Addario string sampler, a five-CD deep catalogue oif all my solo endeavors, plus a swag box to keep you in metal style through the summer. All entries will be collected prior to PAINMUSEUM's performance."

PAINMUSEUM tour dates:

Jun. 08 - The Fireside - Denville, NJ
Jun. 09 - Dingbatz Club - Clifton, NJ
Jun. 10 - Steel Music Hall - Rochester, NJ
Jun. 11 - Big Bop Concert Hall/ Reverb Room - Toronto, CAN


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