If you need something new to grip your attention during the indoor days ahead, then we’ve got just the thing for you. Sno Babies is a hard-hitting film looking at the impact of teenage drug addiction and the secrets people manage to seemingly hide from the rest of the world. The soundtrack is packed with some of rock's biggest names and each song becomes pivotal to the success of the film, which is an incredibly powerful watch.
The soundtrack features the 'supergroup' collaboration from Sixx:A.M. Presents: Artists For Recovery, as well as Escape The Fate, Bang Bang Romeo, Bad Wolves, Hellyeah and Sixx:A.M. themselves.
Today (Sunday 8th March 2020) marks International Women's Day, a global celebration recognising the achievements of women and continuing to challenge and accelerate gender parity. To celebrate International Women's Day we've highlighted ten amazing bands and female musicians that you should be looking out for in 2020 and beyond.
The new decade is off to a flying start for London-based heavy pop quartet Electric Enemy. After launching with their debut single 'Climb' from the Isle Of Wight Festival main stage in 2019, their recently released second single 'Save Me' comes ahead of their shows supporting Bang Bang Romeo. Written in a matter of minutes, we sat down with lead vocalist/guitarist Jim to find out more about 'Save Me' and its coinciding video, of which you can get an exclusive first look on Bring The Noise UK!