Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Caption Contest: Lamb of God Ticket Giveaway! [Updated]

Posted By on Wed, May 15, 2013 at 3:53 PM

'Dad always said that bacon … really suited us,' Alex said between sobs as his therapist handed him a box of tissues.
  • 'Dad always said that bacon … really suited us,' Alex said between sobs as his therapist handed him a box of tissues.

A little over two months ago, Randy Blythe — that's the frontman of Virginia-based metal outfit Lamb of God — was acquitted of manslaughter by a Czech court. The charges came as the result of a young fan's death at a LOG show in Prague on May 24, 2010. Now that Blythe has been cleared of all charges, he and his band are embarking on a roughly monthlong tour that kicks off tomorrow night in Asheville, N.C. The tour's third stop — slated for this Saturday, May 18 — will be at Marathon Music Works, where LOG will be joined by Decapitated and ANCIIENTS. (Scheduled openers Terror dropped off due to "unforeseen health issues.")

So, that brings us to where we are now — staring down the barrel of a fresh caption contest. We've been offered a pair of tickets to Saturday night's show, and we'd like to give those away to the funniest metalhead among us. Have a look at the image you see above, which comes to us, fittingly enough, courtesy of Dream up the most clever, gut-busting caption you can, and leave it down there in the comments section. Be sure to include your email address in the appropriate field — we won't publish it, but we'll need it in order to contact our winner. We'll pick our fave around noon on Friday, so be sure to keep an eye on your email — if we don't hear back within a couple of hours, we'll have to go to the next person in line. All right, everyone ready? Go!

Update: We have our winner. Thanks for playing!

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