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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 »

Deimos interview

Deimos interview

Deimos was the first all-female death metal band coming out from Turkey. They splitted in 1998, and now we remember this trio interviewing its component I??k Evirgen Listen to Deimos while reading the interview: Deimos was born in 1996. How did it all start, were you the first all-female death metal band in Turkey? Everything started within our friendship. I ... Read More »

Branigan interview

Branigan interview

Interview with Megan Branigan, the only musician behind Branigan. Her music is characterized by progressive passages, epic and melodic winds and clean vocals combined with black registers. Listen to Branigan while reading the interview: Which is the current Branigan status, are you recording, on hiatus, composing? I wouldn’t say that I’m on hiatus. I’ve just been brainstorming; heading in a ... Read More »

Nobarbies call it a quit

Nobarbies call it a quit

N.O.B.A.R.B.I.E.S (“No Olvides Batallar Ante Ricos Burócratas Intentado Estropear Sueños”, in english “Don’t forget to fight against rich bureaucrats trying to ruin your dreams”) have decided to split up after three years together. They started as a quintet, but in September 2009 Everock (bass) and Flor (drums) decided to leave the formation. The remaining members Ale, Juli and Steffi understood ... Read More »

Judas Priestess

Judas Priestess

Judas Priestess is an all girl Judas Priest tribute band from New York, formed in July 2009. Their particular Halford is MilitiA, who has performed as a lead singer with Dee Snider's heavy metal orchestra Van Helsing's Curse, and in other musicals as Sins of a Scarecrow or Jesus Christ Superstar. Read More »