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New Vision video

New Vision video

“Bury You Alive” is the new video from Vision: Vision will be playing at the Emergenza Festival at Klubben, Fryshuset, this January 16th, and on Febuary 6th they will be playing at the Rest In Sleaze Festival. Related links: Vision official site Vision @ Myspace Vision @ YouTube Read More »

Las Brujas

Las Brujas

Las Brujas are considered the first Argentine metal band composed entirely of girls. It was formed in 1987 by Gabriela Folgueras, who since then would be the rhythm guitarist of the formation. Read More »

Vixen

Vixen

Jan Kuehnemund was still at high school in St. Paul, Minessota, when she decided to form a band in 1980. She called it Vixen and toured the USA to finnish settling in Los Angeles. It was during these road days when Jan recruited Janet Gardner after enjoying her voice in a Californian club. Read More »

Astarte new material

Astarte are working in material for the new album, as Tristessa has announced in their Myspace. This will be the 6th Astarte’s album, the first since “Demonized”, released in 2007. Read more about Astarte Read the interview to Tristessa @ Metaladies.com Read More »

Bitchcock / LeSabre interview

Bitchcock / LeSabre interview

Intuitive, obstinate, titillating, energetic, deadly melodic guitar-driven alternative rock with a raw, freaky edge. That’s Bitchcock in the words of Annemiek van Grondel, one of its founders, who talked to Metaladies.com about her band. Listen to Bitchcock while reading the interview: Bitchcock stayed in the business for fifteen years. Do you think you really have finished what you started in ... Read More »

Mab

Mab

Mab born in Sardinia, Italy, from Psycho Jeremy (bass and vocals) and Jecky (drums). Created as an all-female band since the beginning, it's been a rule never broken even they suffered some lineup changes. They moved to London and started playing in small venues, that became bigger as did they popularity. Read More »

Dormitory Effect

Dormitory Effect

Susan Wendelken and Urith Myre had already met at late nineties in a New York-based band called One Step Beyond. After parting ways they decided to contact the guitarist from Perseverance, Meredith Hermann, and Neutron Cafe's drummer, "Gee" (Gina Ilasi) and Dormitory Effect was born. Read More »

Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde

Originally called Glass Lily, this Nashville quartet practices a commercial hard rock with quality. Their instrumental power, with some flash of sweetened garage/punk, is counterbalanced by the melodic and sometimes sensual voice of Dacia. Read More »