BLACK TIDE And LEGENDARY Brought Together For Music Video Competition

December 4, 2008

Gamecock Media Group and Interscope Records have announced that they have brought together Miami metallers BLACK TIDE and Spark Unlimited, developer of the acclaimed action game of mythic proportions Legendary, for a contest that puts fans in the director's seat.

By visiting, fans of BLACK TIDE and Legendary will be able to combine live concert footage of the band with clips from the video game to create a music video for the song "Warriors of Time". Once completed, videos are uploaded to YouTube with links to the video posted to the competition website.

On February 22, 2009 the best videos will be chosen by BLACK TIDE and Spark, and a bevy of prizes will be awarded. Prizes that will be given to the winners include:

Grand Prize:

* Gaming Computer, Schecter Guitar, Original Game Artwork, a copy of the game, T-shirt + CD + Poster

Runner-Up (2) Prizes:

* T-shirt + CD+ Poster and a copy of the game

The deadline for entry is February 22, so be sure to go to the web site and start creating your masterpiece right away!

For a mashup of gaming and rock, check out the video below.

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