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Scatha was born in 2004 when Julia Pombo on guitar and Cíntia Ventania on the bass decided to start their metal adventure. It was not until mid 2005 that the band was completed by Cynthia Tsai Yuen on drums, Paula Leão on guitar and the Rebecca Schwab at the microphone.

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Sarkastica emerged in Buenos Aires in 1993. Originally had a male vocalist, Marcelo Martinez, but in 1994 Elsa Gonzales and his thrasher voice took the place behind the microphone.

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Sacralis is one of the many female metal bands that were born in 1993. Although not all did so with the quality of these teutonic, founded by Marita Kircher (vocals, guitar) and Miriam Storz (drums). Unfortunately their story is also an oft-repeated in these era bands. Years of hard work demo after demo, first album release and immediate separation.

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Queen Diamond


Queen Diamond is the World's only (mostly) female tribute to King Diamond (and of course Mercyful Fate too)! With a slightly different line-up they are also Mistallica, an all-girl tribute to Metallica.

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Putrefied Beauty


This brutal death female band from Rome born from the minds of Eleonora (drums) and Nadia (guitar). In late 2007, Beatrice "Bitygore" joined the formation to record their first Promo in 2008, containing the song "Hot For Blood".

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Purulence was one of the first Brazilian female bands to play death metal. Their musical life was short, but engough to release an album containing thirteen songs, "Going The Putrid Reality", through the label Rottenness Records.

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Promisqes started in Salt Lake City at 1995, with Lori Medcalf and Jeanette Smith in the lineup. In just three weeks they had recorded a five songs demo called "Immortal Thoughts", from which 200 copies were released.

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Under this curious name it hides one of the most unknown Death metal act from Brazil. This quartet from Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, was formed in 1983 and published at least one demo.

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Placenta was a thrash metal band from Belo Horizonte. This female quintet released a demo in 1987 entitled "Madness In The Bus", which contained a single song with the same title recorded during a rehearsal

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Original Sin


Original Sin (not to be confused with another all-female band with Isabella Fronzoni, ex-Ice Age) was another of the female bands of the first batch, contemporary with Ice Age. The band's history is closely linked to Virgin Steele, as one of their concerts was the place where the vocalist Danielle Draconis met Cynthia Taylor.

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