Frontiers Music Srl has announced the signing of Norway's AMMUNITION.
AMMUNITION was founded in 2014 by the songwriting duo Age Sten Nilsen (formerly of WIG WAM) and the multi-talented Erik Mårtensson (ECLIPSE, W.E.T., NORDIC UNION).
AMMUNITION released its stellar debut album, "Shanghaied", in 2015 on its own label. Teaming up with former TNT and JACK IN THE BOX bassist Victor Cito Borge, keysboardist Lasse Finbråten (CIRCUS MAXIMUS, ex-WIG WAM), skinsman Maguns Ulfstedt (ECLIPSE), and the exceptional guitar player Jon Pettersen, AMMUNITION has made a name for itself as an incredible live act.
AMMUNITION is currently mixing its second album, titled "Ammunition", due for release late summer. The first taste of what's to come, "Wrecking Crew" (written by Nilsen and Mårtensson), has already landed on the Norwegian charts, taking AMMUNITION to the Norwegian Eurovision grand finale. The full-length, original version of the song will be included on the forthcoming album, produced and mixed by the band's guitar player and co-writer, Erik Mårtensson.
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