Do You Want To Come To Kerrang!’s In Conversation With Winston McCall?
On Monday, January 20 at Kerrang! HQ in London, Parkway Drive frontman Winston McCall will be joining us for the next edition of our In Conversation series.
Following on from Perry Farrell, Jonathan Davis, Andy Black and Corey Taylor, Winston will join Kerrang! for a unique Q&A at 5pm to talk about the upcoming Parkway live documentary Viva The Underdogs – plus so much more.
And we’d like a whole bunch of you guys there, too!
Here’s what you have to do to win entry for you and a friend…
Email [email protected] using the subject header, ‘In Conversation With Winston McCall’, and tell us:
1) What question you’d like to submit to Winston.
2) Your name, age and location.
Entry closes at 5pm UK time on Thursday (January 16), and we’ll notify winners ASAP.
Over 18s only. Travel to London/Kerrang! HQ not included. Good luck!
Viva The Underdogs hits cinemas worldwide for one night only on January 22. Get your tickets here.
Featuring over a decade of behind-the-scenes footage alongside some of the most explosive live shows you’ve ever seen, Viva The Underdogs traces Parkway Drive’s incredible, rollercoaster journey to being one of the biggest metal bands of the 21st century.
“We have always taken pride in doing things our way,” said Winston of the movie. “For over 15 years we have stayed true to ourselves in a world of extremes. We are not the story of shooting star superstardom, we are not the overnight breakout success, we will never be viral and we sure as hell won’t break the internet. But we have a vision, and we have lived for it, worked for it, bled for it, grown for it and broken for it.
“We have sacrificed everything and compromised nothing. This is an honest insight into what it takes to survive as the underdogs. Thank you for being part of the story.”
Parkway Drive’s Viva The Underdogs will be coming to the UK and Europe next year.
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