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Tag Archives: Thrash Metal

Dracena

Dracena

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. Read More »

Cyber Angel

Cyber Angel

Cyber Angel was a Japanese band that lasted a short time, made by Yoshie and Takako. Yoshie decided to form a band when she was only 17 years, after listening to Megadeth. Read More »

Belle Gunness

Belle Gunness

Belle Gunness was a mid-tempo thrash act born in the Netherlands in 2004. Their band name coincides with that of a serial killer from Norway, who after seducing men they were killed and feed the pigs Read More »

Astarte

Astarte

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) Read More »

Flammea

Flammea

Flammea was one of the best female metal bands from Brazil. Born in Brasilia, they were part the Brazil female metal "golden" era, country which gained a spot in the metal world thanks to Sepultura. Read More »

Meanstreak

Meanstreak

Although they only released one album, the career of this metal band from Westchester, New York, lasted nearly ten years. The guitarists Rena Sands and Marlene Apuzzo met in 1985 to form the nucleus of Meanstreak, which would be complemented by Bettina France at the micro, Lisa Diane Pace on bass and Keyser on drums, replacing a drummer that was just passing through. Read More »

Anghell

Anghell

Anghell had a glamurous look, in line with the eightie's hard rock, but they played an accelerated metal, being one of the all-female bands pioneers in playing speed metal. They also trod on tiptoe the thrash path, and some of their songs, such as "Requiem", incorporated influences ranging from Metallica to the first Venom via Slayer Read More »