TeamRock have joined forces with merch giants EMP to offer fans exclusive discounts on some of the best products in the world of rock and metal.
For just £30 (approx $40, €35), those who sign up for the deal will get a year’s access to TeamRock+ (normally £47.88 per year) as well as a year’s membership to EMP’s Backstage Club (normally £9.95 per year). The AAA joint membership deal is available worldwide and represents an annual saving of just under £18.
EMP stocks products from all the biggest names in rock and metal. From Black Sabbath to Slipknot, Metallica, Gojira and Rammstein to name just a handful. Products from the thousands of bands that TeamRock regularly cover are available in the EMP online store.
TeamRock Managing Director Tony Dowling says: “This partnership brings together the global home of metal content and the world’s leading merch and music retailer EMP to offer metalheads incredible value on content, clothing and music.
“TeamRock+ gives members exclusive features on world famous bands, written by world class journalists, unlimited access to our extensive archive as well as exclusive video content, competitions and trivia covering more than 8000 bands. As well as that, all of the articles from Metal Hammer, Classic Rock and Prog magazines are available via TeamRock+.
“And EMP’s Backstage Club gives you brilliant exclusives on their unrivalled range of band, movie and popular culture merchandise – not to mention shipping-free premium delivery, 100 days right of return, VIP drawings and a 5% discount across the entire range. Members also get exclusive freebies over the course of the year’s membership.
“If you want to be kept informed of everything that’s happening in the world of rock and metal and if you buy music merchandise and physical or digital records, why wouldn’t you sign up to this great offer?”
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