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While death metal is typically, in my perspective, not the sexiest or most relaxing genre of music out there, it is definitely the most fun and therapeutic. The hair. The thrashing. The morbidity. The waxing poetic about death and suffering. When my day has gone wrong and I'm mad about life, the best thing is slipping into my worn Slayer cutoff, and jumping up and down on my bed (yes, I'm that tough), chanting the words to "Angel of Death."

Now the Eagles, that's a band I like to relax to. So gentle and warm and cuddly. I just want to sit back, let my emotions take over, and drift into sweet reverie. But, alas, the Eagles don't really give the edge that I need when I'm feeling a bit fierce, but not so fierce that I want to rip into something and scream "Surgery, with no anesthesia, Feel the knife pierce you intensely" (kind of hot, right?), but not so un-fierce that I want to croon "Lighten up while you still can, don't even try to understand..." -- get what I mean?

So, really, what I want is some sort of hybrid. A band that knows how to rock out and thrash around with guitars and great hair and tattoos, but that doesn't make me want to go cry in a corner over my wasted life. Really, what would be perfect, is something kind of death metallish, but more along the lines of the Eagles. Maybe something like, I don't know, The Eagles of Death Metal.

Luckily (as if you didn't know where this was going), that actually is a band, and they're awesome, and they just released a new album, and they're on tour, and Babeland has partnered up with them to give away 10 sexy, eagley, babealicious death metal packages. Really!

Be on the watch for cool websites that are holding contests for the next few weeks. To enter, just drop your name, age, and address (so they can get you the goods), and voila!, you're entered to win. But even if you don't win, you should totally check out their new album Heart On because it's� r-o-c-k-i-n-g, in a really rad way. And think of all the fun you can have with that near euphemism.