November 5, 2012 12:58

Enter Shikari take over NME Facebook page

Get involved with a live Q&A with the band at 5pm today!

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Calling all Enter Shikari fans! The band will be taking over our Facebook page today.

Put your questions to the boys over at facebook.com/nmemagazine for a live Q&A at 5pm. Plus keep an eye our for tons of new pics and gossip from their recent world tour.

Read a full interview with the band as they take on Russia in this week's NME, which is on newsstands now, or available digitally. Also feast your eyes on this crazy gallery from their Russian tour.

"There was so many awesome photos from the Russia trip - even more than could fit in the magazine or online gallery - that we wanted to find a way to get out there," singer Rou Reynolds tells NME. "Plus, it's good to have a chance to open up people's minds to music that we like and are supporting, which maybe hasn't had as much of a voice in the NME world previously. So when the opportunity came up to do this, it was a no brainer. Hopefully this is just the first step in our eventual complete takeover of the entire operation…you'll be seeing Dillinger Escape Plan on the cover of the mag before the year's out!"



Scroll down to hear Enter Shikari perform 'Call Me Maybe' live in the NME office.

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