Video footage of the Serbian all-girl metal band JENNER performing on March 25 at Rock Club Shadows in Skopje, Macedonia can be seen below.
JENNER released its debut album, "To Live Is To Suffer", on February 20 via Infernö Records.
Formed in December 2013, JENNER is said to be the only all-girl metal band from the Belgrade area.
"To Live Is To Suffer" was made available as a CD and cassette tape, with both formats limited to 1,000 copies each.
The track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. Factory Of Death 02. Hear The Thunder Roar 03. Demon's Call 04. The Heath Is Coming Again 05. On The Judgement Day 06. How Deep Is Your Greed 07. Silent Killer 08. Opened (On The Table)
The track "How Deep Is Your Greed" can be streamed below. Also available is an album teaser.
JENNER released a two-song demo in 2015.
Anđelina Mitić (vocals) Aleksandra Stamenković (guitar) Mina Petrović (bass) Marija Dragićević (drums)
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