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Orlando, Florida, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2004

Orlando, Florida, United States
Established on Jan, 2004
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"Suistolla metallia ja rokkia torstaina"

Snovonne's music is an ambitious mix of heavy and light riffs adapted to sensitive and heartbreaking melodies that highlights the dark-colored elegance. (Translated from Finnish language) -

"RBN Artist Interview: Snovonne"

It’s fairly common knowledge to the average die-hard Rock Band fan that there is a good portion of music that would be classified as “metal” on the Rock Band Network. And I’ll be honest, to my somewhat untrained ear, much of it bleeds together and doesn’t really stand out. Granted I have an admitted soft spot for female vocals backed up by rock/metal instrumentals (In This Moment, Arch Enemy, Lacuna Coil, Halestorm), this artist quickly stood out from much of what I have heard lately on the RBN. Not only did I instantly love Snovonne’s debut track (Sno Baby, It’s Not Sugar), but I’m already looking forward to the possibility of playing her first single, “The Difference,” from the in-process follow-up album, The Nightmare Bride.
Even before you listen to her music, one immediately notices a video style reminiscent of Rob Zombie, and an overall aesthetic admittedly influenced by Marilyn Manson. Once you actually press play, Snovonne’s haunting vocals, which sound nearly identical to Siouxsie Sioux, mix well with the band’s instrumentals that bounce from a place that is creepingly playful with an almost child-like melody, to full-on in-your-face double-kick-pedal all-the-way metal. Her RBN debut has a beat that clearly draws from a more industrial influence, and mixes very well with a heavy guitar riff, gothic-style strings, and biting, provocative lyrics. This is an artist I hope to see much more of, both in Rock Band, as well as on my iPod. - RockBandAide

"Album Review: Snovonne - The Nightmare Bride"

Snovonne is an interesting creature in my opinion. She is hot... that's a given... she has a metal look but the album is a bit deeper than straight heavy metal.
She's got this "vegas" thing about her. Can't put my finger on it but I can see a show of this album in Vegas at the Hard Rock with crazy stage sets and tons of lights and lasers and fire... - Tkat


Still working on that hot first release.



A finely tuned, darkly gothic concept album based around our deepest
human dreams and fears. Hard rock and thrash elements combine
beautifully with Sno’s soaring vocals to create a deeply melodic but
heavy sound.

Continuing the heavy-hitter endorsement theme is a duet on Ill Will with Bjorn Strid of Swedish death metal giants Soilwork confirming Snovonne’s metal credentials.

″It's Sno, Baby - Not Sugar″ song appeared in console game - Rock Band®.

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