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Blonde Jovi change their name

Blonde Jovi, the all-female tribute to Bon Jovi have been forced to change its original name after a legal battle with Jon Bon Jovi lawyers. Blonde Jovi will be renamed temporarily Blonde Jersey, until they find a definitive name. They accept suggestions, so you can contact them through their MySpace to deliver yours: http://www.myspace.com/blondejovi.

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Tantalum preparing their debut EP

Tantalum are writing the material to complete the australian act debut EP. Due to this work they have been forced to cancel some gigs, although they don’t discard to make ocasional shows. We’ll keep an eye on the musical evolution of this rock quintet. Read more about Tantalum

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Bitchcraft

Hollie and Amy had left Anghell months ago and her friend Taryn Lee was dying to play with them. She met and backed Hollie Petit in an audition to join her former band, Rapunzel, but was not supported by the rest.

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Bitchcock

With this curious name tribute to Hitchcock, but with a feminine touch and thug, Annemiek van Grondel and the drummer Elisabeth Esselink began rehearsing in a dark studio. It was the summer of 1990, but it was not until seven years later and several lineup changes that the band matured and finally showed their cards, an mixture of alternative hard rock and melodic guitars.

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Astarte inteview

We talked to Tristessa, Astarte's leader and the only member from the original lineup. She speaks about the past, present and future of the mythic helenic band. She reveals interesting aspects of her relationship with the former Astarte components, Astarte's musical concept and why being an all-female band, among other important facts from their history

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DödsÄngel

DödsÄngel is the Swedish word to refer to the "Angel of Death", and is also the name of the solo project of the prolific Canadian-Norwegian Trish, playing the drums in bands such as Hinsides (black metal, Sweden), Gate To Khaos (black/thrash metal, Norway), KäftSmäll (d-beat punk, Sweden) and Warsystem (dis-core, Canada).

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Changes in Dia

The female Dio tribute band Dia abandon their status as entirely female band, after Beth’s substitution by Chris on drums. This is the new formation picture: In their MySpace they have published two live songs, “Mob Rules” and “Rainbow In The Dark”. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Reed more about Dia here.

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