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Revolution Eve

Revolution Eve

This newly-formed group of power-house ladies came together in 2012 with an explosive and sexy rock show. Modern dubstep beats mixed with hardrock drums and metal guitars lend to the band’s heavy yet just-melodic-enough sound. Read More »

Faded Grace

Faded Grace

Formed in the winter of 2010, this hard hitting quintet has a nitch for grabbing any audience by the balls. Drawing influences from bands like Sevendust, Deftones and Tool, this is not your typical bubble-gum-rock girl band. Read More »

Jadish

Jadish

Their music has a very personal style, certainly causing an emotional impact without overwhelming the power of instrumental sounds that range from metal to rock more transgressive, with classic melodic elements and electronics Read More »

Mab

Mab

Mab born in Sardinia, Italy, from Psycho Jeremy (bass and vocals) and Jecky (drums). Created as an all-female band since the beginning, it's been a rule never broken even they suffered some lineup changes. They moved to London and started playing in small venues, that became bigger as did they popularity. Read More »

Amathyst

Amathyst

They were friends from their school days in Newcastle, Australia. Peta and Renee contacted the drummer Regina, who not only brought her friend Kristy to be in charge of the vocal duties but suggested the name which brings together the same line-up since then, Amathyst. Read More »

Bitchcock

Bitchcock

With this curious name tribute to Hitchcock, but with a feminine touch and thug, Annemiek van Grondel and the drummer Elisabeth Esselink began rehearsing in a dark studio. It was the summer of 1990, but it was not until seven years later and several lineup changes that the band matured and finally showed their cards, an mixture of alternative hard rock and melodic guitars. Read More »

Daisy Grenades

Daisy Grenades

In November 2008 they announced their separation. These New Yorkers leave behind a brief musical career, which showed their alternative-tinged metal, a young sound with an eye looking at the eighties. Girlschool would be their most direct influence. Read More »