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Volkana

Volkana

Great Brazilian metal band, formed in Brasilia with Mila Menzer (bass), Karla Carneiro (guitar), Ana (drums) and Eliane (voice). The latter two will not last long in Volkana, being replaced by Marielle Loyola (voice) and Debora (drums), coming from the bands Detrito Federal and Arte No Escuro. With this lineup they moved to Sao Paulo in 1988 to record the demo "Thrash Flowers", which contained only two songs and gave them some recognition. Read More »

Yellow Machinegun

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. Read More »

Xenolith Oger

Xenolith Oger

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

Wench

Wench

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. Read More »

Suspended

Suspended

Suspended is a thrash metal trio formed in Albuquerque, Nuevo Mexico, by Amanda Castillo, Melynda Montano and Channing Concho. Read More »

Slaywhore

Slaywhore

Slaywhore is an american Slayer tribute band. As a big difference comparing the originals, they are a quintet and include a keyboardist in their lineup Read More »

Scatha

Scatha

Scatha was born in 2004 when Julia Pombo on guitar and Cíntia Ventania on the bass decided to start their metal adventure. It was not until mid 2005 that the band was completed by Cynthia Tsai Yuen on drums, Paula Leão on guitar and the Rebecca Schwab at the microphone. Read More »

Placenta

Placenta

Placenta was a thrash metal band from Belo Horizonte. This female quintet released a demo in 1987 entitled "Madness In The Bus", which contained a single song with the same title recorded during a rehearsal Read More »

Original Sin

Original Sin

Original Sin (not to be confused with another all-female band with Isabella Fronzoni, ex-Ice Age) was another of the female bands of the first batch, contemporary with Ice Age. The band's history is closely linked to Virgin Steele, as one of their concerts was the place where the vocalist Danielle Draconis met Cynthia Taylor. Read More »

November Grief

November Grief

November Grief was a thrash / death metal band from Montreal, Canada. Initially called Mistrust, their creators were Annie Lecrerc on drums, and vocalist Stéphanie Masson, who took over the bass duties by failing to find anyone to fill the position. Read More »