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Heather Leather

Heather Leather

Heather Leather is a family band, formed in San Antonio in 1980. Their original lineup consisted of Garza's three sisters: Sylvia on guitar, Ruth on bass and vocals, and her twin sister Sandie on drums. Of the three, Sandie would be the only to leave the metal formation as she lives in Los Angeles. Read More »

Rock Goddess

Rock Goddess

Rock Goddess was a female metal band framed within the NWOBHM, who gained cult status in the early eighties in their native Britain. In 1978, Jody Turner, inspired by the success of The Runaways, decided to start their own band. Read More »

Poison Dollys

Poison Dollys

Poison Dollys were born in 1981 in Long Island, NY. From 1981 to 1988 remained in the skyscrapers city, where they recorded a self-titled CD in 1985, while between 1988 and 1994 they brought their instruments to Los Angeles. Read More »

She-Ruption

She-Ruption

First (and only so far) female band tribute to Van Halen. That itself, while Van Halen's discography is extensive, it can be clearly divided into two eras: the eras of David Lee Roth and Sammy Haggar. Read More »

Blair Witch

Blair Witch

Taiwanese band formed by four young black and death metal fans. A entirely female act since its inception, switched drummers when when Mibo decided to call it a day and left the band, replaced by Po. Read More »

Allison

Allison

This female band was born more than ten years ago, in 1998, by the hands of the sisters Bruna: Maricela at the microphone and guitar and Lorena on bass and backing vocals. Their proposal mixes thrash and heavy, but could not be conducted without a third component, Ana Maria Beltran, who took up the drums after answering an ad. Read More »

Daisy Grenades

Daisy Grenades

In November 2008 they announced their separation. These New Yorkers leave behind a brief musical career, which showed their alternative-tinged metal, a young sound with an eye looking at the eighties. Girlschool would be their most direct influence. Read More »

Bandit

Bandit

Bandit was a hard rock and metal act which lasted five years, since it was born in the summer of 1989 and disappeared in 1994. In their own words they were a mix of The Pretenders and Megadeth. Read More »

Precious metal

Precious metal

Precious Metal's story begins like many others in the eighties, with an ad in local music magazines. This time the writer was Susette Andres, drummer, and Mara Fox was the first to answer. Together they formed the first lineup of Precious Metal, entirely female following Mara Fox's desires, who had a lifelong plan to start an all female band from the time she was 8 years old. Read More »

Scarlet Sins

Scarlet Sins

Scarlet Sins is a canadian quartet that alternates hard rock with modern touches progressive, not in vain among their influences they include A Perfect Circle, Nine Inch Nails, Tool and Alice In Chains. Read More »