Be Your Own Pet
Crass (Penis Envy album)
These are some solid choices
Helen Money (not female 'fronted' as there aren't any vocals, and not really a band because it's just a cello, and drums on a few songs, but fuck it, it's heavier to me than most metal so it's going in here):
Couldn't find any youtube videos but they're fucking incredible, and this new record is just perfect. Two incredible songs.
There's a bunch of bands with women that aren't necessarily singers, like Boris, Pixies, Sonic Youth and Future Of The Left, that are doing it big in the endless quest for females in bands to get the same respect automatically afforded to male performers. It's just a shame that a woman being in a band is still such a big deal that it's automatically drawn attention to; nobody says a male-fronted band (and yes, I am aware the irony of posting in a thread like this, but these bands deserve to be heard).
Florence and the Machines is insanely good
Evanscence is good
Flyleaf wasn't bad back in the day
Iwrestledabearonce with their original singer/screamer
The Cranberries were good
Fleetwood Mac even tho that's not only a woman singer
I fucking love CHVRCHES, Lindsey Stirling, Ellie Goulding
Originally Posted by chargebeam
Flyleaf (the original lineup)
I'm so sad Lacey left the band. Hell, she was the band. I always see people on Facebook/Youtube fighting about how people should shut up about Lacey leaving and accept that Kristen is the new singer of Flyleaf. Well, when Lacey pretty much was Flyleaf, I find it hard to accept. She doesn't scream, Pat does it and Kirsten just doesn't put that same emotion into the songs that Lacey did. Don't get me wrong, she's a fantastic vocalist. But, nobody could ever fully replace Lacey.
Company of Thieves
Kathleen Edwards (not really rock but a great singer/songwriter)
Rilo Kiley (Jenny Lewis all damn day!)
My top 5 favorite wrestlers of all time
1. Macho Man Randy Savage (RIP...thanks for the memories)
2. Mick Foley (Cactus Jack)
3. Bret Hart (The Hart Foundation best tag team ever)
5. Ted DiBiase (best heel of all time)