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Although they only released one album, the career of this metal band from Westchester, New York, lasted nearly ten years. The guitarists Rena Sands and Marlene Apuzzo met in 1985 to form the nucleus of Meanstreak, which would be complemented by Bettina France at the micro, Lisa Diane Pace on bass and Keyser on drums, replacing a drummer that was just passing through.

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Matriarch is a death metal band born in Puerto Rico. They started their way at the beginning of 2002, even they weren't called Matriarch until next year, a name that perfectly defines the concept behind this female band.

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Aghast was a two-witches (Nebelhexë and Nachtexe) and one album ("Hexerei Im Zwielichet Der Finsternis") project, which despite receiving good reviews was not enough to keep the band alive.

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Satanic Corpse

Satanic Corpse is Belita's Adair satanic solo project. However, their shows are supported by two musicians, Sir Blasphemy and Infernal. Her official biography is decorated with trips to the death and evil possessions. What is clear, at least on earth, is that Belita began playing piano at a very early age and now offers black metal with surrounding dark atmospheres.

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Anghell had a glamurous look, in line with the eightie's hard rock, but they played an accelerated metal, being one of the all-female bands pioneers in playing speed metal. They also trod on tiptoe the thrash path, and some of their songs, such as "Requiem", incorporated influences ranging from Metallica to the first Venom via Slayer

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Mythic is probably the best known all-female death metal band. Dana Duffey joined Mary Bielich (bass) and Terri Heggen (drums) in Pittsburg with the intention of becoming Derkéta's fourth member.

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