Dead Sara boast not one, but two phenomenal females. Led by frontwoman Emily Armstrong, Dead Sara released their debut self-titled album in 2012, unleashing some of the most purely powerful rock to hit mainstream radio in years.
With Swedish metalers In Flames' single 'Ropes' winning five matches in a row and being inducted to Loudwire’s Cage Match Hall of Fame, it’s time for two new bands and their current singles to face off.
Metallica's Orion Music + More festival just got a little more awesome with the reveal of several new acts that have been added to the bill. Highlighting the new additions is the reunion of Robert Trujillo's onetime project Infectious Grooves.
It's not uncommon for bands to have some inner tensions, but what better way to get rid of that than shooting a video where you and your bandmates get in some bare knuckle boxing. That's the setup for Dead Sara's latest video, 'Lemon Scent,' which primarily pits frontwoman Emily Armstrong and guitarist Siouxsie Medley against each other in a bloody battle.
In late 2012, the Offspring toured with Dead Sara. During the Offpsring's set, Emily Armstrong from Dead Sara would join the band for a stripped down version of 'Gone Away.' A video of an October performance of the song at a show at the Hollywood Palladium, as well as footage of the pair recording a studio version of the song, has been released (watch below).
L.A. rock quartet Dead Sara have been a touring machine in 2012, hitting the road as support for such bands as the Used, Chevelle, Bush and much more. Now Dead Sara are set to get their biggest exposure yet by opening for UK rockers Muse on their 2013 North American trek.
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