Sweden's DYNAZTY, which features in its ranks former ZAN CLAN guitarist Rob Love, has inked a worldwide deal with Perris Records. The band's new album, "Bring The Thunder", will hit stores this summer. The CD was recorded at Polar studios in Stockholm, Sweden under the watchful eye of producer Chis Laney (ZAN CLAN, ANIMAL)

According to a press release, DYNAZTY "dominated the Swedish live scene with its flamboyant shows and powerful anthems for many months before hooking up with producer Chris Laney to record a debut album. For one month DYNAZTY worked with Laney creating a fierce album that will make a lasting impression."

Drummer George Egg commented: "While the record industry is suffering from severe crisis most labels don't take any chances in signing new bands. President Tom Mathers of Perris Records did a great thing by signing us (and several other new bands) and giving us the chance to get our music out to the whole world. I believe this proves that Perris is more concerned with promoting great MUSIC, which I am sure will lead to huge success in the long run. We in DYNAZTY need a label that believes in our music, and for that reason we are extremely happy to have become part of the Perris family."

DYNAZTY will have a full feature in Rocknation issue 13 newspaper. In addition, the band will shooting a video and TV interview in Stockholm to appear in future Rocknation TV episodes.


George Egg - Drums
Nils Molin - Vocals
John Berg - Guitars
Rob Love - Guitars
Joey Fox - Bass

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/dynaztyband.


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