Sacramento, Calif. (PRWEB) October 26, 2006
Sacramento-based modern rock band Crash the Machine is looking to add a little love, peace, and beauty to the world via a music video contest they are sponsoring. The band is seeking completed music videos from fans and filmmakers for the band's song, "Love, Peace, Beauty."
The owner of the winning submission will receive an MP3 player preloaded with Crash the Machine's debut album, 4 a.m., and other miscellaneous band merchandise.
"Consistent with our focus on breaking down the barriers between band and audience, we want to include our fans in the creative process for our music video of 'Love, Peace, Beauty'," said Jon Murray of Crash the Machine. "We want to see and show to the world their interpretation of the song. This should be a fun project that will be interesting and entertaining for everyone involved."
Murray continued, "We plan on taking the winning entry and merging it with footage of the band to create the final version of the music video for 'Love, Peace, Beauty' that we will release to all music video channels, media outlets and on the web."
Those wanting to participate in the music video contest can download "Love, Peace, Beauty," including the lyrics, from Crash the Machine's web site. Contestants then submit their completed video via YouTube. The contest ends December 31, 2006. The band will review all entries meeting contest criteria and choose a winning video. Complete details and rules are available at http://crashthemachine.com/VideoContest.html
Note: Crash the Machine's press kit, which includes press-ready photos, is available at http://www.sonicbids.com/crashthemachine.
About Crash the Machine
This Sacramento, California modern rock band's music moves through the sonic light and darkness of the human condition. The band has a global fan base with thousands of myspace fans representing more than 30 countries and is receiving air play at college radio as well as Internet and broadcast stations around the world. Crash the Machine is currently promoting their album, 4 a.m., through live shows, radio, and the Internet. Visit online at http://www.crashthemachine.com and http://www.myspace.com/crashthemachine.