Global Music has announced the signing of 24-year-old Estonian female singer Marya Roxx (born Maarja Kivi). Roxx's debut album, "Payback Time", will be made available in Europe on November 5 (three days later in the U.K.).

2009 saw Marya Roxx turn from bass player with platinum-selling pop/rock sensation VANILLA NINJA into the credible rock/metal artist she always aspired to be.

With her debut album, "Payback Time", produced by Kevin Shirley (IRON MAIDEN, HIM, DREAM THEATER), Marya has assembled a powerhouse of a band which includes former ANTHRAX guitarist Paul Crook, Scott Metaxas from NUCLEAR ASSAULT and the exceptional Jim Roe from INCANTATION.

A star in the making, Marya has already headlined her own European tours and opened for a number of big-named artists, including PRIMAL FEAR and SKINDRED.

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