Fusing reggae and metal, Skindred have been carving their own path since day one, and this year they released a long-awaited vinyl pressing of their acclaimed second album, ‘Roots Rock Riot’.
Released with a bonus two tracks, including a previously somewhat unreleased song called ‘It’s A Crime’, the vinyl re-issue of the seminal album is a definite must have for any Skindred fan.
We’ve teamed up with Skindred and the folks over at Hassle Records to offer one lucky winner a signed copy of the very limited tri colour variant of the vinyl, which has completely sold out and won’t be repressed.
To be in with a chance of winning this for yourself, simply choose your choice of entry below and follow the instructions.
Remember – the more methods you enter with, the better chance you have of winning!
Answer the following question: What year did Skindred release ‘Roots Rock Riot’?
Please email your answer in full with the subject title “SKINDRED COMP” to firstname.lastname@example.org along with the following information:
– Full name
– Postal address
Only email submissions that supply all of this information will be counted as valid entries. Make sure that you don’t miss anything.
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You must follow ALL steps of your desired entry method for your entry to be valid. We can and WILL check to ensure that your submission counts.
Only one entry per submission method will be counted. However, you are allowed to enter more than once using different methods, meaning you can enter four times in total if you submit your answer via email, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The same email address for entry can only be used once.
This competition closes on May 9th 2021 at 10:00PM (UK time). All entries submitted after this time or those who are no longer following/liking us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram will be classed as invalid entries.
The winner will then be contacted shortly after via their method of entry with full details on how to redeem their prize. Any winners who don’t respond to this within 24 hours will lose the prize and it will be passed on to a runner-up.