ENTOMBED's Hellid Gets Damn Deal Done!

Swedish label Muse Entity, the brainchild of ENTOMBED guitarist Alex Hellid, has announced an affiliation with GMR Music Group that will incorporate all of Muse Entity's future releases. Hellid founded Muse Entity Records in 1999 as a means to produce records, artwork and videos for other artists. “My ambition is simply to make great albums by artists that I like and get them out to the masses, be it rock, pop, metal, rap or [in the] singer/songwriter [style],” stated Alex. “I admire people like Rick Rubin and American Recordings for doing just that.” Muse Entity's current roster includes such acts as MISDEMEANOR, WRECKS, ZEN and PEERS OF THE REALM. For more information, write to:

Muse Entity Records
P.O. Box 5074
121 16 Johanneshov

Or visit the label's soon-to-be-launched web site at: www.museentities.com.


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