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Six More All-Girl Japanese Metal Bands
May 21st, 2014 at 11:15am

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Back by popular demand, here’s part deux of our sure-to-be-exhaustive search for all-female Japanese metal bands (see Part 1 right here). And we’ve found some truly badass babes this time, including Japan’s answers to Arch Enemy, Faith No More, Linkin Park, Hellhammer, and more!

G∀LMET
The styling and setting of the video below might lead the viewer to believe that G∀LMET are a Japanese take on The Go-Go’s or something. But watch, listen, and learn: The band actually growls and chugs out melodic death metal in the vein of Arch Enemy.

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DOLL$ BOXX
Formed when vocalist Fuki of the group Light Bringer joined the band Gacharic Spin, DOLL$ BOXX make us think of a Japanese all-chick Faith No More, with all the ecstatic pop/roar vocals, funky bass lines, and spasmodic tempo and style shifts. And a lot less shitting onstage.

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Anarchy Stone
This group’s profile on JPopAsia.com describes them as follows: “The music message is ‘The Power and Sound’ Three-piece girl band with a back alley with them firmly ‘ANARCHY STONE’, and the Girl band ‘cool’ stuff that would make the unavoidable!” Which sounds just about right to us.

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Gallhammer
Currently on hiatus, Gallhammer pummeled out crusty, black metal-inflected doom across three full-lengths and two EPs. But love got in the way: Frontwoman Vivian Slaughter married former Mayhem vocalist Maniac in 2011 and moved with him to Norway.

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New Strike Zipper
Think of New Strike Zipper as a Japanese Linkin Park–but all girls, all Japanese, and with both vocalists sharing singing/rapping duties.

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Bridear
Having only played their first show in 2013, Bridear are relative newcomers to the J-Rock scene, but they rip it up like power-metal veterans. Power-metal veterans that look like cute Japanese girls.

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