Frontiers Records has announced the signing of the Swedish melodic rock newcomers DIAMOND DAWN. Due later this year, the band's debut album will be mixed by Tobias Lindell, who has previously worked with such artists as EUROPE, HARDCORE SUPERSTAR, MUSTASCH and H.E.A.T.
DIAMOND DAWN was formed in early 2011 in Gothenburg and digitally released the song "Standing As One", which caused a great buzz in the underground scene. The group's sound represents the best from the musical era of the '80s with a modern approach to melodic hard rock.
Commented the band: "We are incredibly proud to announce that we have signed a worldwide record deal with Frontiers Records. This is an important milestone in our career and we are thrilled about this cooperation, which we believe will take the band to a whole new level. Working with Frontiers Records is truly a dream come true for us since they are working with many of our musical heroes."
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