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Born in 1994 in Mexico D.F., they played death metal influenced by doom and classic metal. Initially called Ashes On Your Grave, they release one demo in 1995 via Vision Records, after which they started touring their country.

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Excruciation born in 1994 as a very young quintet grind/death with a very diverse musical tastes but with a common link, the metal from bands such as Napalm Death, Slayer, Kreator, Megadeth and Metallica, not to mention Sepultura and Sarcofago coming from their homeland

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Dracena, or basically the group of swedish Mia Larsson and her companions in turn, started in 1994. In fact today, almost fifteen years later, she keeps the name of Dracena herself.

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1991, Miami. It borns Demonomacy, the female quartet formed by Dana Cosley (rhythm guitar and vocals), Jamie Avery (guitar solo), Lisa Antoniotti (drums) and Robin Mazen (bass and vocals).

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Buzz Cult


Buzz Cult is a band whose sound is ranged between death and thrash, coming from the country of the rising sun.

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The most famous and prolific of the female extreme metal bands, Astarte, started off as a trio called Lloth. It was born in September 1995 and initially formed by Tristessa, who will be the core and Astarte's only permanent member since then, Nemesis on guitar, Kinthia and Psychoslaughter as a session drummer (as in many "all-female" bands)

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Matriarch is a death metal band born in Puerto Rico. They started their way at the beginning of 2002, even they weren't called Matriarch until next year, a name that perfectly defines the concept behind this female band.

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Mythic is probably the best known all-female death metal band. Dana Duffey joined Mary Bielich (bass) and Terri Heggen (drums) in Pittsburg with the intention of becoming Derkéta's fourth member.

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