Ninja Dolls was formed summer of 2001 by two very bored girls. Emma Norling on bass and Jenny Forsberg on drums. The young Victoria Holden (fourteen going on fifteen) joined the band soon after and Ninja Dolls had now a voice. Jonas Asplind played the guitar while they were looking for a girl guitarist, no girl guitarist was found and Jonas was asked to join the band on permanent bases. Jenny F lost interest and was replaced by another Jenny, Jenny Juhlin.
By now Ninja Dolls were in full swing with a bunch of own produced materials. Their first demo CD De e hårdrock det was recorded in March 2002 followed in June the same year by the second demo CD Go were the action is. Ninja Dolls did now a string of live performances in and around their hometown Falun in Sweden. After all this time with a bunch of people on second guitar, they felt that they needed to add a permanent guitarist. Martin Djuse became a member in Ninja Dolls in the autumn of 2002. In March 2003 Jenny left the band and now followed a time of various stand in drummers.
In February of 2005 the Ninjas enter Studio Secured with their new guitarist, Martin Bäck and a session drummer called Robban Bäck to record their first album to be released by a label. The studio session lasted for about six months with studio work during the weeks and live gigs during the weekends. In November the album was finally finished with the mastering.
but a new drummer then? well in 2005 Ninja Dolls became a complete band with a new drummer (again) called Peter Bergman.
They have also been on tour in Germany twice in 2006 and 2007.
in Spring 2008, Ninja Dolls announced that their drummer Peter Bergman and guitarist Jonas Asplind had left the band, but the rest of the band decided to continue without them and shortly after Anton Bäck joined to be Ninja Dolls 13th drummer ;-)
a lot has happened since the two former band members had left. Ninja Dolls did a Swedish tour with For Japan from Holland in October. In December 2008 Ninja Dolls was nominated for Rockbjörnens Myspace Award. Rockbjörnen which is one of biggest Swedish music awards.
In 2009, Ninja Dolls had a busy schedule with a lot of gigs in Sweden, Åland and a Tour in Holland.
They also released a new album "1,2,3 go!" with Unconformed Records
in September 2009, the lead singer Victoria Holden decided it was time to quit the band after 8 years of being in the band Victoria felt like she wanted to start fresh with something new. But Ninja Dolls decided to go on despite Victoria quitting the band.
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