TVD Ticket Giveaway: Rob Zombie, Megadeth, Lacuna Coil, and more,
at MPP, 5/13

There’s nothing like a show of the hardest rock soaked in the darkest reaches of the human mind. Well, there is getting to see it… free. That’s right, we’ve gotten ahold of two fantastically evil lawn tickets to the most hellish show around.

Rob Zombie and Megadeth are co-headlining a US tour, and we’ve got your way into one of the most coveted shows of the tour, at the Merriweather Post Pavilion on Sunday, May 13th, starting at 4pm.

Acts scheduled to perform on two stages are as follows:

Pavilion Stage: Rob Zombie, Megadeth, and Lacuna Coil

Fantasies Stage: Battery (“The Masters of Metallica Tribute Band,” hand-picked by Metallica to open their Garage Inc. Tour in ’98), Santuary (tribute to Iron Maiden), and Moon Baby (tribute to Godsmack)

Prolific as hell, with an attitude described as such, Rob Zombie is a musician/film director/screenwriter/multiple-hat-wearer who is known for his on-stage theatrics. Having played live shows throughout his 20+ year career, he’s a hardened veteran. With a back catalog stocked with award nominations and platinum albums, you’d be a crazy to pass up seeing this devil on stage. And as amazing as Mr. Zombie is, the deal only gets better from here.

A jewel in the gleaming thrash metal crown, Megadeth is the living manifesto of the deepest, darkest corners of the ’80s. 13 studio albums, 2 EPs, and 3 live records deep, the rock giants have yet to touch the breaks as they tour in support of their most recent effort Thirteen. With decades of touring and a dense amount of recorded material, Megadeth are sure to blow your face out of your ass and have it be the most satisfying experience of your life.

So how would you be lucky enough to score a pair of tickets to this MPP show straight from the heavens? (Figuratively speaking, of course.) It’s simple! In the comments below, tell us your favorite metal song by a band not already somehow referenced in this amazing line-up.

In other words, name your favorite song by any metal band besides Rob Zombie, Megadeth, Lacuna Coil, Metallica, Iron Maiden, or Godsmack. We’d probably go with Anthrax’s “I Am The Law,” but that’s just because we have wicked awesome taste.

The winner will be chosen from the given answers at noon on Friday, March 9th. Tickets go on sale that day at 10am, but you can enter to win right now, so be sure to get your 2 cents in!

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  • Shane verna

    SLAYER!! HELL AWAITS !!

  • Shane Verna

    SOD- sarget D

  • ArtWaldronIII

    heaven and hell by black sabbath.

  • AlexLee1

    Walk by Pantera. I once saw a guy sprout viking horns just from hearing the opening chords.

  • joannadr

    “Murmaider II: The Water God” by Dethklok.

  • xfinalconflictx

    BLACK SABBATH- CHildren of the Grave

  • moonpie28

    King of Kings – Motorhead

  • weatherman2111

    System of a Down “Violent Pornography”

  • RegularRon

    Sepultura – Refuse/Resist

  • DavidBlackwell

    Victim of Changes—Judas Priest. Epic track indeed!!

  • ThomasMeehling

    Judas Priest- Painkiller

  • meme_22

    The End of Heartache – Killswitch Engage

  • PamGeilingWatson

    Walk – Pantera

  • JimmySkydive

    Testament – Electric Crown

  • Jim Hayes

    Disturbed – Indestructible

  • Vick Alcocer

    Testament- “Into the Pit”

  • Mick Warshaw

    Symphony X – Eve of Seduction

  • AngelaElkins

    Metal Church – Metal Church

  • AdrianMunoz

    Slayer- Live Undead

  • MrsZebra74

    Violence Revolution by Kreator

  • Terpax

    Man-O-War “Black wind, Fire and Steel”

  • JimmySkydive

    1A. Anthrax – Among The Living

  • http://thevinyldistrict.com oliviaung

    The winner has been notified. Check your email!

    • bls718

      What if they were guests?

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