All-Girl Band Pays Tribute To METALLICA, KING DIAMOND; Interview, Performance Footage Available

A six-minute interview with the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based all-girl METALLICA cover band MISSTALLICA can be viewed below. Also available is video footage of MISSTALLICA performing "Creeping Death" on February 13, 2009 at the Trocadero in Philadelphia.

Several members MISSTALLICA are also in QUEEN DIAMOND, an all-girl KING DIAMOND tribute band.

Video footage of QUEEN DIAMOND performing "Abigail" in March 2008 can be viewed below.


Gina Randazzo - Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Gigi Gleason - Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals
Allie Thrower - Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals
Teddi Tarnoff - Bass
Kaleen Reading - Drums


Teddi Tarnoff - Lead Vocals
Allie Thrower - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Courtney Cox - Guitar
Gina Gleason - Guitar
Ashley Smith - Bass
Kaleen Reading - Drums
Foster Longo - Keyboards


MISSTALLICA - "Creeping Death":

QUEEN DIAMOND - "Abigail":


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