Brazilian All-Female Thrash Metal Trio NERVOSA Releases First Video

"Masked Betrayer", the first video from the São Paulo, Brazil-based all-female thrash metal trio NERVOSA, can be seen below.

According to a press release, NERVOSA's music "has strong influences from classic old-school thrash metal bands, such as SLAYER, SEPULTURA and EXODUS, perfectly mixed with original and characteristic features inserted in the songs by each of the bandmembers."

NERVOSA is currently working on material for its debut album, the details of which will be announced in the coming months.

NERVOSA is:

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Fernanda Lira (ex-HELLARISE) - Bass, Vocals
Prika Amaral (ex-LAMA NEGRA) - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Fernanda Terra (ex-FOOD4LIFE, FINAL FIGHT) - Drums

For more information, visit www.nervosa.com.br.

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