Sprung from the fantastic brain of Misfits leader Jerry Only and the fiery pool of talent in Los Angeles, She Demons is the all-girl band for this generation. Combining old school ‘60s doo-wop and ‘70s power chord rock with classic punk and metal, the band is creating a sound that will attract loud music lovers of all kinds.
As the band’s creator and collaborator, Only has a big picture plan for She Demons. “Women are a strong presence in music. When I was a kid I saw Susie Quatro and The Runaways, and the guys loved them but the girls also admired them. Today, young girls will want to be She Demons. I see these very talented girls as the kind kids can look up to. They are so talented and focused.”
One of the group’s original songs, “B-Movie,” cleverly incorporates retro references to monster flicks while showing off She Demons’ writing and performing strengths. In addition to other scorching covers of classic Motown songs, She Demons deliver a memorable version of “He’s a Rebel,” showcasing both great guitar work and sweet vocal harmony.
She Demons is making its live debut opening for Misfits in June:
06/18/15 – SANTA ANA, CA @ THE OBSERVATORY
06/19/15 – SANTA ANA, CA @ THE OBSERVATORY
06/20/15 – SANTA ANA, CA @ THE OBSERVATORY
06/21/15 – SAN DIEGO, CA @ THE OBSERVATORY NORTH PARK
She Demons are:
Priya Panda (vocals) : Canadian-born banshee with Bombay blood in her roots. Founded Diemonds, an 80’s-tinged hard rock band that has toured North America (including opening for Slash and Sebastian Bach) to India, and have three critically-acclaimed records.
Constance Day (guitar) : Strapped on a guitar at age 12, has played in ten bands since age 13. Fluent on five other instruments and sings. Backed Adam Lambert on “Glee,” has appeared in numerous other TV shows and music videos.
Alicia Vigil (bass) : Triple threat – actress, model and musician. Working since age 7. Starred in the concept album film “Legion of the Black” for Black Veil Brides. Plays three other instruments, writes original music, and has performed with Gene Simmons and Bruce Kulick.