Nickelback's Chad Kroeger starts his own record label

By | June 28, 2002 at 12:00 AM

Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger has started his own label and his first signing is Vancouver, Canada’s Theory of a Deadman.

604 Records is the new label founded by Chad and Jonathan Simkin.

The debut release will be Theory of a Deadman’s self titled release on September 17.

Theory of a Deadman recorded their debut at Vancouver’s Greenhouse Studios with Kroeger and Joey Moy (Nickelback, Default) co-producing. The first single “Nothing Could Come Between Us”, which goes to radio in late July.

Lead singer Tyler Connolly, who handles most of the group’s songwriting, says: “A lot of the songs on the album are about relationships. I think everyone can relate to those kinds of songs.”

The group previewed the track “Invisible Man” on the Spider-Man In addition, Connolly played guitar on Chad Kroeger’s hit “Hero” from the soundtrack and appeared in the video.

Kroeger’s other discovery has Canadian band Default

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