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From Peru let’s welcome these young Death Metal ladies, although beginning their journey in 2004 guiding their steps toward the Nu-Metal. “Do not tell me” was the most prominent theme of this stage, that has nothing to do with what today Sigmen offers.

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Country: Peru
History: 2005 – Currently
Status: Active
Style: Death Metal

Biography:
From Peru let’s welcome these young Death Metal ladies, although beginning their journey in 2004 guiding their steps toward the Nu-Metal. “Do not tell me” was the most prominent theme of this stage, that has nothing to do with what today Sigmen offers.

With the guttural addition of Maleska Fuentes, the sound becomes more aggressive, and after several lineup changes ends in the death metal they practice nowadays. Crude and direct. Maleska has a good musical foundation, being a piano teacher at the School of Fine Arts in Tacna, and belonged to the former rock band Snowfall. She has recorded two albums with Dark Silence.

They basically focus into the underground of southern Peru, performing mainly in their hometown of Tacna and Cuzco.

Lineup:
Maleska Fuentes Palza – Vocals
Pamela Pauro – Drums
Pamela Colque – Guitar

Former members:
Patricia Linares – Vocals
Kaiya – Violin, guitar
Yessabel – Bass
Mariella – Vocals
Keysi – Drums
Patricia Tuesta – Guitar
Panky

Related links:
http://www.myspace.com/sigmentacna

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