Better Noise Music is celebrating Rocktober all month long, as bands unleash brand new headbanging material and commemorate hit catalogue releases, compiling the vast array of iconic tunes into new playlists across digital platforms.
Every October, all rock music lovers around the world know that listening to only rock music for 31 days will suffice.
From honouring the legends to discovering new bands, fans can rejoice in the celebration of rock this year with Better Noise’s new and catalogue compilation releases available for streaming, download, and purchase across platforms.
The festivities of the campaign started early with the recent releases of
All Good Things’ A Hope In Hell,
From Ashes To New’s Quarantine Chronicles Vol. 2, and
Escape The Fate’s Chemical Warfare: B-Sides.
Labelmates Asking Alexandria and Bad Wolves will be joining them with their highly-anticipated new full-length LP offerings, along with the third instalment of From Ashes to New’s Quarantine Chronicles.
Asking Alexandria’s See What’s On The Inside kicks off a series of new releases for the month with it’s official release tomorrow, October 1. Pre-order now. Check out my recent interview with guitarist Ben Bruce right here...
Fresh off the release of their epic new single “Lifeline,” with new singer DL, Bad Wolves is expected to storm the scene with Dear Monsters, and is available on October 29. Pre-order now.
The single is already in the top 20 on the U.S. Active Rock Radio charts, with iHeart Radio saying, “[the song] gives fans a front row seat to DL's powerful vocals.”
Legendary rock band Mötley Crüe has been celebrating their 40th anniversary with digital remasters of their iconic albums. Recently the band has released digital remasters of Girls, Girls, Girls, Theatre of Pain, and Dr. Feelgood. The celebration continues with a digital remaster of Shout At The Devil out tomorrow, October 1.
Founding member of Mötley Crüe and Sixx:A.M., Nikki Sixx will also be continuing his tradition of combining music and books with the release of his new memoir, along with Sixx:A.M.’s companion album HITS available October 22. The title track “The First 21” looks back nostalgically at the moments where we discovered music, ourselves and our dreams with a lyric video that features unseen footage following Frank Feranna’s journey to becoming Nikki Six.
The companion album to Sixx’s new memoir THE FIRST 21: How I Became Nikki Sixx (Hachette Books; 10/19/21; $30; ISBN: 9780306923708) is now available across platforms HERE.
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