May 082017

The Athens, Georgia-based melodic metal band Theocracy and their label Ulterium Records just announced the “Ghost Ship” YouTube contest.

Record a video of yourself when playing or singing the Theocracy track “Ghost Ship” and upload it to YouTube. Send a link to the video to to be included in the contest.

The contest will be open until June 20th, and then Theocracy and Ulterium Records will decide two winners: the best performance as well as the most creative submission. Below you can see the prizes for the winners:

#1 Winner [the best performance]
– “Ghost Ship” CD [signed]
– “Ghost Ship” 2LP vinyl edition with black discs [signed]
– A Theocracy t-shirt of your choice
– Contest video posted at the official Theocracy website and facebook page

#2 Winner [the most creative performance/video]
– “Ghost Ship” CD [signed]
– A Theocracy t-shirt of your choice
– Contest video posted at the official Theocracy facebook page

Visit this link for more info about the contest and for files.

Theocracy‘s highly anticipated new album “Ghost Ship” has been released on October 28th in Europe and North America through Ulterium Records & in Japan on Nov. 9th. “Ghost Ship” debuted at #17 on the Billboard Hard Rock charts in the U.S. The album is available on CD, 2LP and digital. The 2LP edition is strictly limited to 1001 copies worldwide. 750 copies with black vinyl discs and 251 copies with white vinyl discs.

Our review of “Ghost Ship” can be found here.

Upcoming Theocracy shows
May 27: Murray Hill Theatre – Jacksonville, FL
June 24: Reggies – Chicago, IL
July 28: BFE Rock Club – Houston, TX
July 29: O’Rileys – Dallas, TX
November 11: The Maywood – Raleigh, NC

Weblinks: Website Facebook / Twitter

Video for ‘Ghost Ship’


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