LACUNA COIL's SCABBIA Tops List Of Favorite Female Metal Singers

InsidePulse.com's Tom D'Errico and Gloomchen recently compiled a list of the top 10 female metal vocalists as part of the web site's "Opposing Elements" column. "Keeping with the theme of the column (Opposing Elements), we can't agree on everything," Tom writes. "So, while we each offered up three picks unopposed, we'll have to argue about the last four slots on the list."

Top 10 female metal singers, as selected by InsidePulse.com's Tom D'Errico and Gloomchen:

01. Cristina Scabbia (LACUNA COIL)
02. Angela Gossow (ARCH ENEMY)
03. Anneke van Giersbergen (THE GATHERING )
04. Tanja Lainio (LULLACRY)
05. Anita Auglend (SINS OF THY BELOVED)
06. Candace Kucsulain (WALLS OF JERICHO)
07. Otep Shamaya (OTEP)
08. Morgan Lander (KITTIE)
09. Jonna Enckell (THE PROJECT HATE)
10. Amy Lee (EVANESCENCE)

View the list and read the explanation for each pick at this location.

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