Great new scheme from AFM!!!

Become An ‘E-Card’ Carrying Member Of The Best Free, New Music Club Around
 Hi everyone!!

Welcome to the latest news from M.E.P.R……..

Last week saw the release of a brand new scheme from AFM to increase awareness of new albums and material before the respective albums hit the streets and beyond. Please publish this to your web sites and news feeds asap…

Magazine Editors – if you should want to carry physical cards as part of this promotion, please get in touch.

The AFM Music Club and V.I.P. Area is a new idea from the guys at AFM to give ordinary members of the public free access to downloadable music well in advance of the album being released and beyond.  
Easily accessed by going to and registering with the code MG52K2V, this service aims to give members direct access to the top tracks from bands such as Ministry, Fear Factory, Orden Ogan and Elvenking, straight to the public by means of an email alert or physical membership card which was last in use as part of the labels huge U.D.O. celebrations at this year’s Wacken Festival, and is also backed by this YMLP campaign and a full campaign on Facebook. 

Artists currently included in the first batch of songs in the Music Club include

1. Ministry – Double Tap
2. Fear Factory – Recharger
3. Vore – The Unseen Hand
4. The Murder Of My Sweet – Black September
5. Nightmare – Shattered Hearts
6. Kissin’ Dynamite – I will Be King
7. Ektomorf – The Cross
8. U.D.O. – Hardcore Lover (Remix)
9. Crystal Viper – Witch’s Mark
10. Words Of Farewell – Ever After
 ….amongst many more, but the label with be updating the list monthly with alerts going out in advance to all registered users. Whilst the V.I.P. Area currently allows members free streaming of the brand new At Vance album “Facing Your Enemy”.

Ektomorf’s “Black Flag” album (released here September 3rd), just one of the releases featured in the new AFM Members Music Club now.

Registration Code; MG52K2V

Author: barnstoneworthutd

Rock music lover from the age of 4 thanks to my dad. I migrated to the classic rock bands of the 70 (Rainbow, Rush, Lizzy, Purple etc) before discovering melodic rock and hair metal in the 80s and beyond. Also partial to a bit of prog

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