"Enemy", the latest video from the Australian female-fronted hard rock band HEAVEN THE AXE, can be seen below. The clip was financed by the band after they secured approximately $30,000 worth of sponsorship from various community and private organizations.
Based in Melbourne, HEAVEN THE AXE is described in a press release as "a juxtaposition between the illustrious, hypnotic, powerful and beautiful female vocals of songwriter Phoebe Pinnock, twisting their way around a stomping Aussie riff factory! The fellas in the riff machine are an Aussie metal supergroup from notorious and groundbreaking Aussie metal bands such as MANTICORE, DAMAGED, HOUSE OF THUMBS and TERRORUST."
HEAVEN THE AXE is nine members strong, with musicians playing live at any one time.
The band released its debut record, "Sex, Chugs & Rock 'N' Roll", independently in late 2011 and has played solid headlining shows around Australia, filling venues and gathering glowing industry reviews about their high-energy live performance. In addition, HEAVEN THE AXE has played as main support on a string of shows with ROSE TATTOO and CRASHDIET.
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