Frontiers Records has announced the signing of ADRENALINE RUSH.

Fronted by one of the most talented and hottest chicks in today's hard rock scene, Tåve Wanning (formerly of the teen-pop duo PEACHES), ADRENALINE RUSH promises to fire up the rock scene with their lethal dose of heavy guitars, infectious hooks and full-blown rock and roll attitude.

With a debut album recorded under the direction of producer Erik Martensson (ECLIPSE, W.E.T.), this impressive band needs to be on the "to-buy" list for all fans of DANGER DANGER, MÖTLEY CRÜE, WARRANT, TREAT and CRAZY LIXX.

Tåve Wanning says: "I am very excited to finally expose my rock soul with my band.

"I've always been a rocker at heart, and if you're into '70s/'80s-style rock, I am sure you will feel right at home with ADRENALINE RUSH."

ADRENALINE RUSH's first video/single, "Change", will arrive in the spring, with an album to follow in the summer. The band will also make select live appearances in Sweden and at various festivals in mainland Europe.


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