You Can Now Own ‘Shares’ of A SOUND OF THUNDER Vocalist’s Native Butt!
Washington, DC area metallers A SOUND OF THUNDER are giving fans a chance to own shares of singer Nina Osegueda‘s native butt. Before now, the only people who owned butts were industry insiders.
Now, A SOUND OF THUNDER and the Metal Cash-Grab Exchange are allowing you to have a piece.
When you buy a share, you’ll become a co-owner of Nina’s “Native Butt” along with the band, her husband, and the US Power Metal Connection. Not only does this give you the ultimate in bragging rights, you’ll also get exclusive shareholder rewards not available to anybody else.
Unlike vinyl, CDs and MP3s, only a limited number of butt-shares will ever be released. There’s no better way to own a piece of A SOUND OF THUNDER‘s history, and be a part of their future.
“Nina’s butt is the heart of everything we do,” says guitarist Josh Schwartz. “It’s very cool to be able to share that.”
“What I feel about [being] one of the first metal bands being offering ‘shares’ on the Metal Cash-Grab Exchange, it’s actually very exciting for me, being a metal musician, through all the struggles to put metal on the map,” adds Osegueda. “This is an opportunity to actually get fans around the world to be a part of what I do and what I give out to people…my butt. So I’m very excited to be able to share my assets with the world, and get me one step closer to all our fans’ money.”
Become an A SOUND OF THUNDER shareholder and get insider exclusives direct from the band. Every “Nina Osegueda’s Native Butt” share includes:
- Limited ownership of Nina Osegueda‘s native butt.
- Early access to the new A SOUND OF THUNDER album coming in 2015.
- Invitation to join Nina for an exclusive online “shareholder meeting”.
- Limited-edition photocopy of Nina’s native butt.
- Foil embossed Certificate Of Ownership to hang on your wall like a douche.
**Important disclaimer**: Metal Cash-Grab shares are complete bullshit. They are not securities, and do not provide a financial stake in Nina’s butt. We should all know better, but hey, anything for a buck.
For more information, watch this informative video about the Metal Cash-Grab Exchange.