Fates Fury’s origins date back to 2005 when Jerrica Simon teamed up with Nikki Killz to begin writing under the name of Dopegirl. It was not until 2007 that they closed the triangle with the addition of bassist Christina Poison, a friend of the band who was back in town.
They began offering concerts in Los Angeles, offering their music that owes its origins to the punk, but over the time has acquired a hard rock/metal complexion, highlighting their love for melodies and catchy choruses.
After recording eight the tracks of “Pipe Dreams”, the band ventured back into the L.A. scene to gradually carve out a name and to attract fans. With their mind set on greater acceptance by industry, Dopegirl became Fates Fury. But it is not necessary, of course, to achieve the desired impact. That’s why they started working on the gestation of a new album, which pointed to a direction a little darker than the previous one.
But it didn’t see the light, as the band disbanded on 2009. Christina Poison is currently playing in a band called Thirty2Twenty (check their facebook).
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