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Purulence

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.

Country: Brazil
History: 1994 – 1996
Status: Inactive
Style: Death Metal

Biography:
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. It was a split with another band called New York Against The Belzebu, and it showed Purulence gore-themed letters and titles, the Carcass style, and their death metal music often crossed the border with grindcore.

Lineup:
Alessandra – Vocals
Lurds – Bass
Simone – Guitar
Cassia – Drums, vocals

Discography:
1995, “Going The Putrid Reality” (EP)

Related links:
http://www.metal-archives.com/band.php?id=12388

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2 comments

  1. brutalidad y decrepidad femenina representando la raza latina ImI

  2. Pretty girls keep on rocking
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