FRANTIC AMBER: New Five-Song Demo Released

Stockholm, Sweden-based all-girl metal band FRANTIC AMBER has released a new five-song demo, "Wrath Of Judgement", via the group's revamped MySpace page and official web site.

According to a press release, FRANTIC AMBER has "in a short period of time . . . risen from unknowns to be courted by smaller record labels and got a steadily rising fanbase." A multinational act — with Mary (guitar) and Emlee (drums) hailing from Sweden, Elizabeth (vocals) from Denmark, Sandra (bass) from Norway and Mio (lead guitar) from Japan — FRANTIC AMBER delivers "heavy and low-tune kick-ass metal with female growls and clean vocals."

Mary assembled FRANTIC AMBER in 2008 with the goal of forming a group that "could deliver more attitude and brute force than what is normally seen in all-girl bands," according to FRANTIC AMBER's official bio.

FRANTIC AMBER's "Wrath Of Judgement" video can be viewed below.

All photos below by Emelie Lager


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