The company's roster includes Mötley Crüe, Five Finger Death Punch, Bad Wolves and Papa Roach.
Eleven Seven, the rock-centric label group and multimedia company founded by Allen Kovac in 2006, relaunched Tuesday (Oct. 29) in a move that will consolidate its three imprints under the title Better Noise Music.
Kovac launched an Eleven Seven sub-label of the same name in 2015 to house "left of center" rock acts like Nothing More and From Ashes to New. Better Noise Music is now the sole label for all new releases. This includes artists already with Better Noise, as well as those previously housed under the alternative-leaning Five Seven Music and the hard rock-focused Eleven Seven Music. Eleven Seven will coexist with Better Noise for all catalog releases. "It's time to take what we do in artist development and put it under one name," Kovac tells Billboard, revealing digital music consumption's increasingly blurred genre barriers as a key factor behind the shift. "When you look at playlists, you see the best of both alternative and rock together. I think the old days of having different label identities for different genres are over."