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Melodic Death Metal, Sludge Metal, Hardcore Detroit (United States)

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Misstallica offers the Metallica experience but with bobbies!!! The Misstallica girls are real deal, no joke musicians! They bring the thrash, bang and boom better than most men! Skeptics be prepared for a good olde fashioned ass kicking. Country: United States History: 2008 – Present Status: Active Style: Metallica tribute Biography: Misstallica is the world’s only all-Female tribute to Metallica. …

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Tantalum new vocalist

Tantalum has found a new vocalist after parting ways with Elysia Agius few months ago. After some auditions, they decided that Sally Chatfield was the one to replace her.

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Win Blair Witch EP “Imprecation”

Win one of the three Blair Witch EP "Imprecation" we've got for you. Choose the song you like the most and sent its title to Three lucky winners will be randomly chosen to get this EP home.

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Nephyla is a female Grindcore Death band, from Oaxaca, Mexico. The band define themself as musically influenced by the masters of auditive brutality. These influences and their lyrics focused on grotesque aspects of nature, human behavior and society are reflected in their debut demo "Canibalismo Intrauterino"

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FeRaCiA to finish last album

Coming from Australia, Feracia was an all girl band who played their mix between Hard Rock and Metal in approximately 200 gigs and festivals for over 10 years, until they called it a day in 2009. After taking an extended break, Julz (singer and guitarist) has decided to finally finish recording the band’s last ever album. We’ll keep you informed …

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Take The Power Back

Take The Power Back stablished themselves as the world's first and only all-female Rage Against the Machine tribute band in October 2008 in Nashville, Tennessee. Since that time, they've shared stages with many popular all-male tribute bands, and they've followed in the footsteps of RATM

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