TVD Vinyl Giveaway: The Afghan Whigs, Do to the Beast Test Pressing

Since splitting up and reuniting from 2007 until 2011, alt-rockers the Afghan Whigs have regrouped, once again, and this time for more than just live performances. 

Earlier this year, the Afghan Whigs announced the official release date of their first album in sixteen years. Titled Do to the Beast, the  album went on sale in North America today. Do to the Beast marks the seventh album for the band and features ten brand new songs, including the single “Algiers.”

Sixteen years is a long time to wait for new music. In honor of the Afghan Whigs’ first release in sixteen years, we’re giving away one of the test pressings of the long-awaited album Do to the Beast.

The new album isn’t the only thing that the Afghan Whigs has in store for this year. Just last week, the band began their tour in promotion of the album. Tickets for the worldwide tour are still available for purchase. In addition to the international tour, the Afghan Whigs are scheduled to perform at this year’s Coachella music festival. 

Since the album is called Do to the Beast, to win a test pressing of the Afghan Whigs’ new album, leave a comment below naming your favorite mythological beastMine would have to be a griffin. 

A winner with a North American mailing address will be chosen a week from today, April 22.

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  • texastab

    I call the Centaur!

  • ydarbnevets

    This album is going to rock!

  • AnnaMeier

    Cerberus. Who wouldn’t want a giant three-headed dog?

  • briantracy

    Minotaur!

  • Isaac P

    Hands down the sphinx, I mean a creepy riddle monster that eats you if you don’t know the answer is sweet.

  • michaeljmchugh

    Some thought the Afghan Whigs were just a mythological beast – but not anymore!

  • alevas

    Without a doubt, it would be Pan, the goat-man who is
    referred to as the “God of Nature, the Wild, Shepherds, Flocks, Goats, of
    Mountain Wilds, and is often associated with sexuality”–and which,
    without a doubt, it the total essence of The Man, The Myth, The Legend himself,
    Mr. Greg Dulli.

  • RantInFminor

    I’m gonna go with the snake from the story of The Garden of Eden in Genesis from the Bible. Not only could this snake talk but he was smooth. He told Eve to eat the one thing that God told her not to eat and by doing so changed the entire plan for mankind. A talking snake talked Eve into eating the fruit which introduced the concept of death, sin, pain and all the other crazy shit that comes along with it. The snake was bad ass.
    Be sure to be here next Sunday morning as we continue our study of the talking snake and how he creates wine from fermented fruit from the Tree of Life. Adam and Eve drink too much and the Snake talks them into a Threeway.

  • slimjim

    Níðhöggr. Because Norse.

  • UncleBaldie66

    the Liger-part lion, part tiger

  • MelissaKG

    Mermaid

  • Teenage

    Centaur

  • Zachary Zeller

    Cyclops!

  • liddokun

    How has no one said Kraken yet? 

    I’m gonna go with Kraken.  Release the Kraken!!

  • Isma

    Medusa

  • Ian Bosak

    Chimeras hands down.

  • BranScarbro

    Minotaur

  • TiaRaeeee

    Charybdis

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