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Herenwen born in Mexico City, when Adriana Gonzalez began looking for musicians to create a heavy metal band. From the outset was clear that it would be entirely female.

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Mystica Girls


Initially called Mystica, the idea of creating an entirely female band born from the mind of Jane in 2004. They were initially a cover band of Iron Maiden, Metallica and Machine Head among others.

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Aythis was founded in early 2006 by Carline Van Roos, who also serves on the doom bands Lethian Dreams and Remembrance.

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The main Natalia Tereckov band, a guitarist from Kazakhstan. After this vampiric name they were hidden five females, who came to record their own LP "Lamia" in the Kazakhfilm studies back in 1993.

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Hysterica is a swedish quintet performing pure heavy rock. After several lineup changes, they recorded a demo in June 2006 filled by the tracks "Louder", "Pain In The Ass, The Bitch Is Back," "God Damn Evil" and "Wild Child".

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Fourever began their musical voyage back in the Fall of 2000. By then they had no definite name, and was largely devoted to making versions. In 2002 they began composing their own songs, from the hand of the guitarist Mia. There were four, so they decided to call 4-ever.

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Formerly known as Scandalux, this quartet from Stockholm now is searching a new bassist. They change their name because Scandalux did not comply with the direction they were contemplating in their music, a heavy base with influences from Metallica, Megadeth, Phantom Blue and Judas Priest.

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Yellow Machinegun


Over fifteen years of history and five albums endorse this curious japanese trio. Judging their promotional photos you would never imagine the music they do, and the anger transmitted by their thrash punk.

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Xenolith Oger


Inicialmente llamadas Zet, Este es uno de los primeros grupos thrash íntegramente femeninos de Japón, y del que desgraciadamente tenemos menos referencias.

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Wench was Yana Chupenko' s (originally from Ukraine) project, who previously had participated in the female punk band PMS (Pre Metal Syndrome) in the 80s. Looking for more recognition, Yana formed Wench (in fact with 4 ex-PMS), who had some renown in magazines like Kerrang and Rip in the late 80s.

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