VANITY BLVD Signs With NOISEHEAD RECORDS

Sweden-based, female-fronted hard rockers VANITY BLVD have inked a deal with Austria's Noisehead Records. The band's second full-length album, "Wicked Temptation", will be recorded and mixed this month at Deep Blue Studios with producer Nicko Di Marion (STEELWING). The CD will be mastered at Black Lounge Studios by Jonas Kjellgren (SABATON, HYPOCRISY, OVERKILL) and released during the summer/fall.

According to a press release, "VANITY BLVD was formed in the city of Avesta in 2005 and took the sleaze scene by storm with two self-produced EPs of dirty hard rock with the energetic and charismatic frontwoman Anna Savage behind the microphone. The debut full-length, 'Rock 'N' Roll Overdose', from 2008 was produced by Chris Laney who has worked with bands such as EUROPE, CANDLEMASS and CRASHD├ĆET."

VANITY BLVD is:

Anna Savage - vocals
Traci Trexx - guitars
Pete Ash - bass
Gebb - drums

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