SLAVES TO FASHION celebrate hair metal with "Sex, Drugs & Rock 'n' Roll
Norwegian band Slaves To Fashion continue to honor 50 years of heavy metal.
The band's third single, "Sex, Drugs & Rock 'N' Roll", is a tribute to the dangerous and glamorous glam metal of the 1980's. Also called hair metal, the genre is a mix of traditional heavy metal and commercial pop music. The song was mixed by Beau Hill, who produced hits and albums for bands like Ratt, Warrant, Winger, Europe and Twisted Sister in the glorious days of the genre.
In 2020 the band is releasing a new song every month that is inspired by and pays tribute to the different time periods and subgenres of heavy metal. All the songs will become the album "The History of Heavy Metal".
The new single succeeds the songs "1970" and "The Priest of Maidenhead" from the album project. The next single from the project will be released in May and pays tribute to thrash metal.
Listen to the new single here: