The Skinny: With her sophomore album, The Nightmare Bride, fittingly released on Valentine’s day 2012, Snovonne’s exquisite gothic-tinged brand of theatrical modern rock is now readily available for the masses. The Slovakian-born, Germany-based songstress’ latest effort comes by way of San Fran indie metal label, Rogue Records America and features the young songstress at her very best.
Cholk full of powerful new songs including a wicked duet with Soilwork’s Bjorn Strid on the track “Ill Will” as well as a cover of Sick Of It All’s “Evil Schemer”, The Nightmare Bride is a wonderful release from a musician bubbling with talent and holding a bright future. Sick Of It All’s Armand Majidi confirmed our sentiment and said of the cover: “Snovonne shows that when you strip hardcore of all the machismo, the rage in it can still be captured in a whisper. It’s refreshing to hear our brutal music performed with a completely different energy, and this song displays Snovonne’s openness, freedom and creativity as an artist.”