DIECAST And The Monster Beverage Company Launch 'Make Your Own Video' Contest

March 6, 2007

DIECAST and the Monster Beverage Company have teamed up to launch the "Make Your Own Diecast Video" contest. To enter, go to this location. All videos must include one song from DIECAST's current album "Internal Revolution", with the exception of two songs that entries may not use, "Fade Away" and "Nothing I Could Say". All entries must be received on or before June 16, 2007 in either DVD, QuickTime, AVI, or .MPG files burned to CD or DVD. The grand prize winner receive an exclusive "Backyard Concert" with DIECAST, a year's supply of Monster Energy drink and a Monster Energy mini-fridge. The winner will be chosen collectively by the MySpace friends of Century Media, DIECAST and the Monster Beverage Company.

For additional contest rules and information, go to this location.

DIECAST is currently winning over legions of new fans on a monstrous 10-week U.S. tour as direct support to SEVENDUST, which marks the longest tour of the group's storied career. Their new single, "Nothing I Could Say", recently impacted Active Rock radio, and the radio mix and edit was done by Brian Malouf (MICHAEL JACKSON, MADONNA, PEARL JAM). A stunning new video for the track was just completed by acclaimed director Ian McFarland (SICK OF IT ALL); look for it to make its online debut later this month. In the meantime, DIECAST has uploaded a new video report from the road to their YouTube page. Go to this location to check it out.

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