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Stabitha
Breaking Mirrors Again (self-released)

By: Jett Black

Melodic DOOM Masters!

Christian and Myk open 'Degradation Suite' with moody metal-goth guitar, and temple-of-doom five-string bass lines, a brief intro to vox from the deep and hearty bosom of Chelle Beck. Elegance and passion of loud rock female vocalists find reincarnation through the soulful delivery that only Chelle Beck brings today to modern horror-rock.

STABITHA unleashes 'Passion Cries', pouring forth like a full-bodied vintage tossed about inside 60,000 gyrating youth. Intoxicating rhythms that promise to fill any concert hall with a will and a momentum to rock to the foundation. 'Breaking Mirrors Again', words pulled from 'Dirt Boy', a mesmerising song which grabs the audience and propels their bodies into convulsive dancing in time with thunderous guitar and bass lines. A salty, sexual aggravation spilt upon the pages of romance and recent memory.

Adara adds melodic vocals and dedicates her soul to the rhythm guitar. Holly stirs up an eerie mix of symphony, fanning the furnace flames rocking the audience into the funeral pyre.

STABITHA represents the Northwest music scene as THE band most likely to explode upon countless music festival stages with all the theatrical pageantry and jaw-dropping spectacle thatSTABITHA tours through rock music venues of Portland, Oregon. Suitable for any dark rock, hard rock, goth-metal, and shock-rock special events.

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