LAMB OF GOD has launched a new campaign on Propeller to raise funds for Libby's Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation. Singer Randy Blythe is offering up his personal "Sacrament" gold-record plaque, handwritten lyrics to "Again We Rise", a signed Mark Morton signature guitar, and an 18-inch Meinl China used by drummer Art Cruz on LAMB OF GOD's recent tour as the support act for SLAYER.
All you have to do is make a tax-deductible gift (of any amount) to Libby's Legacy to be entered for a chance to win.
The deadline to enter is January 10, 2020 at 11:59:59 p.m. PT.
LAMB OF GOD says: "Let's raise some funds for a good cause!"
The mission of Libby's Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation is to provide comprehensive services to the underserved through education, mammograms, and follow-up diagnostics on the journey from diagnosis to survivorship with the compassion to ensure no one fights alone.
LAMB OF GOD's latest studio album, "VII: Sturm Und Drang", was released in 2015 to global critial acclaim. The band has since issued the celebrated "The Duke" EP in 2016 as well as the cover album "Legion: XX" under its original name, BURN THE PRIEST, in 2018.
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