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Win An Opeth Signature Guitar and Amp Stack

September 21, 2010 3:30 PM ET

Swedish heavy metal band Opeth just released the DVD/CD commemorating their 20th anniversary show, In Live Concert at the Royal Albert Hall. The set comes in three must-have versions:
Limited Edition DVD/Vinyl Box Set
Five-Disc CD/DVD Set
Two-Disc DVD Set

You can pick up the set at Opeth's official site — or you can enter to win Rolling Stone's Opeth Giveaway and score a copy of the show — plus an Opeth signature guitar and amp stack to kick-start your own heavy metal career. One winner will score the following:
• One (1) copy of In Live Concert at the Royal Albert Hall (Five-disc set)
• One (1) Autographed Akerfeldt signature Paul Read Smith (PRS) guitar
• One (1) Blackstar Amp stack
• One (1) set of Dunlop Opeth signature guitar picks (one per band member)

To enter, fill out the form below or e-mail your name, age, e-mail address, phone number and address to contests [at] rollingstone [dot] com with the subject "Opeth Giveaway." No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Open to residents of the 50 United States and Washington DC who are 18 years of age or older as of September 20, 2010. Sweepstakes begins at 3:30p.m. EST on September 21, 2010 and ends at 11:59pm EST on September 28, 2010. Number of winners: 1. ARV: $2139.99. Certain restrictions may apply. Complete Official Rules are available here.

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