MYKA, RELOCATE Signs With THE ARTERY FOUNDATION

MYKA, RELOCATE is the latest addition to join the Artery Recordings, the joint venture between The Artery Foundation and Razor & Tie. The Houston, Texas-based band is currently at Chango Studios recording its debut full-length for a fall release.

Formed in 2010, MYKA, RELOCATE drew its inspiration from a variety of musical sources as big as the state they hail from. The band's commanding guitar lines and strategically placed electronic elements have expanded their signature sound beyond the stereotype of what defines heavy music today.

MYKA, RELOCATE is John Ritter (vocals), Michael Swank (vocals), Josh Peltier (guitar), Austin Dore (guitar, programming), Luck Burleigh (bass) and Aaron Robertson (drums). The band is managed by Eric Rushing and Will Stevenson of The Artery Foundation.

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