NICKELBACK's KROEGER To Launch 'Fantasic' New Acts Through Label Imprint

NICKELBACK frontman Chad Kroeger says that future releases through his new label, 604 Records, will feature music beyond the gritty rock style of his band and of 604's first release, THEORY OF A DEADMAN. "Right now it's a lot of people saying, 'Well yeah, but everything you work with sounds like you' and at the moment, yes, it does sound similar to NICKELBACK. But we're just waiting for the releases of the other acts that we've signed that sound nothing like NICKELBACK. And I just can't wait for that day to come. We got a band called SONIC BLOOM, you're gonna want to watch out for that one, we've also got a kid, his name's Josh Ramsey. Right now the name of the band is MARYANNA'S TRENCH, I don't know if it will stay as that. It's fantastic."


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