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SNEW is an American hard rock band. The band formed in Los Angeles, California in 2005 by frontman Curtis Don Vito and guitarist Andy Lux.

SNEW’s much anticipated 2018 fourth album is titled “You’ve Got Some Nerve”. Recorded in the Hollywood Hills and produced by Bobby Owsinski, engineered by Grammy winner J. J. Blair. This is perhaps the bands most ambitious work to date. SNEW even includes a live horn section on two tracks. The album kicks off with the Ultra Catchy and Rocking “UR Freaking Me Out” which sets the tone for an album that takes you through Arena Rock anthems like “Holy Hell”, the pure Heavy Metal of “Acetylene Queen”, the Angst Driven and Complex “Put Upon”, Catchy and Danceable “Sharpie” and the Moody and Spaced out “Revolution is a Closed Loop”.

The band has released the 2015 single "The Juice of Power", the 2014 single "Thunderdog", three studio albums, and a cover of "Highway Star" with guest Allan Holdsworth on lead guitar.

These days SNEW is one of the most talked about hard rock bands on the Internet and has an international fan base.

Their album “Snew You” has received critical praise and was named one of the Top Ten Albums of 2008 by

SNEW often draws comparisons between AC/DC and Led Zeppelin, with a little Ramones thrown in. An odd mix which only goes to prove the originality of a band whose sound is so easily accessible to the masses.

Everyday the Snew World Order spreads across the globe.