British hard rock act SCREAM ARENA has signed a worldwide licensing deal with the Danish label Mighty Music / Target Group. In addition, SCREAM ARENA frontman Andy Paul has inked a publishing deal with Once Bitten Music, administered worldwide by Notting Hill Music and in Japan by Sony Music Publishing.
Andy says: "It has been a bit of a long highway to get to this point but thanks to the belief of Dave Tedder at Head First Entertainment and Michael Andersen and the staff at Target, SCREAM ARENA can really launch in 2014.
"The lineup has changed along the way but now SCREAM ARENA is where it should be; Aside from myself, we now have lead guitarist Phil O'Dea who was an integral part of BIG GUNS, who were part of the U.K. rock scene causing a great impression in Japan in the mid-to-late 1990s, bass player, Lincoln J Roth is a go to man from the Billy Sheehan/Marcel Jacob school of playing, drummer Mick Maleckjy sits in the pocket and hits the spot, while rhythm guitarist Alex Mullings brings taste and drive to the menu. I think we're ready to do a bit of damage out there."
SCREAM ARENA's self titled debut will be made available in the spring. The band is in the planning stages of a full-scale European tour in support of the release.