Swedish hard rockers MARYSCREEK have inked a deal with MTM Music & Publishing. The band are presently recording their debut album for a fall release. Mixing duties will be handled by Fredrik "Fredman" Nordström (IN FLAMES, THE HAUNTED, DREAM EVIL) during August.

MARYSCREEK's music has been described in a press release as combining "the best of two worlds — guitar-based melodic rock and heavy groove successfully delivered in a big-sounding modern production with sweet-sounding songs bound to be remembered. Some said MARYSCREEK is the perfect mix between BLACK LABEL SOCIETY and BON JOVI while others have compared the band's sound to the likes of SOUNDGARDEN and KING'S X."

MARYSCREEK has existed for only two years, but the members have many years of experience with different bands and acts in Sweden, as well as several highly regarded studio collaborations.


Mats Nilsson - Lead Vocals, Guitar
Bobby Ho – Guitar, Backing Vocals
Stefan Halldin - Drums
Robban Möller – Bass, Backing Vocals

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