Roadrunner Records has announced the signing of Charleston, South Carolina rock band MADAM ADAM. The group is currently finishing up the recording of its as-yet untitled debut in Nashville, Tennessee with producer/mixer Skidd Mills (SAVING ABEL, SALIVA, SKILLET, SICK PUPPIES). A summer release is expected.
MADAM ADAM — vocalist/guitarist Scott Gould, bassist Kenny Varner, guitarist Drew Reindollar and drummer Matthew Reindollar — has posted webisodes from the studio sessions on its MySpace page, which are viewable here.
Roadrunner Senior VP of A&R Ron Burman commented about the signing, saying, "I'm really excited to be working with MADAM ADAM. They have really catchy rock songs, the kind that I grew up listening to on rock radio. MADAM ADAM write songs that stick in your head after one listen, which is rare. The singer, Scott, has a great voice and they are an exceptionally good live band."
"We're grateful for the opportunity to work with Ron Burman and the staff at Roadrunner — to have such an accomplished team behind us is that dream every kid with a guitar hopes becomes a reality," Gould said. "Last week, we laid the final tracks to the debut, thanks in part to producer Skidd 'The Wizard' Mills and at the moment we're describing it as 'Casablanca' starring Conan the Barbarian."
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