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The Ancient Queen

The Ancient Queen is the name of Rachel “Lady Death” Centeno’s solo project, parallel to being vocalist and bassist of the thrash/death bands Dark Prophecy and Satriarch.

Country: United States
History: 2005 – Currently
Status: Active
Style: Black Metal

Biography:
The Ancient Queen is the name of Rachel “Lady Death” Centeno’s solo project, parallel to being vocalist and bassist of the thrash/death bands Dark Prophecy and Satriarch.

In The Ancient Queen she unleashes her most blackmetaller face, reflected in their demo “Malleus Maleficarum”, published in 2006 conteining 5 songs. In it, Lady Death plays all the instruments and sing all the voices.

Lineup:
Rachel “Lady Death” Centeno – Vocals, guitar, drums, bass.

Discography:
2006, “Malleus Maleficarum” (Demo)

Related links:
http://www.metal-archives.com/band.php?id=61843

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One comment

  1. If anyone know where I can get the album Malleus Maleficarum, please send the information to heathen_pride666@hotmail.com

    Thanks!

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