Four female fronted bands from different parts of the world came together to celebrate their claim on the Hard Rock Scene. Bands included Australian headliners 'Sick Puppies', the Italian virtuosos 'Lacuna Coil,' Arizona's 'Eyes Set to Kill' and New York's 'Cilver.'
Cilver started the show off with a lot of hard hitting energy with singer Uliya interacting with the crowd and being well received by new fans.
Eyes Set to Kill followed with more heavy rock guitar playing involving two females, the guitar playing of singer Alexia and the bassist Anissa.
Lacuna Coil was seemingly the most anticipated band to be seen with screaming fans even before the set started. When they finally took the stage, they performed all recognizable hits from 'Intoxicated' to 'Trip the Darkness' and 'Spellbound', to which all the fans donned in their band shirts were singing along with smiles on their faces. Singers Cristina Scabbia and Andrea Ferro did not disappoint as always. The band also did a meet and greet for those who pre-ordered their new album, 'Broken Crown Halo,' made available April 1, 2014.
Lastly, Sick Puppies took the stage, the threesome band with Shimon Moore on vocals and guitar and the stunning Emma Anzai on bass who was dancing heavily on the stage during her performance which was wildly enjoyed by the crowd for the "rocking out" they provided. Following their set, they also did a meet and greet for the fans which kept the fans past the show's end schedule with a long line to the back of the floor.
Another special treat was the ladies of Cilver and Eyes Set to Kill did a guest bartending spot on the back (in reality front of the upstairs) bar helping promote their sponsored brand of Coldcock Whisky.
Photos from both shows are featured in the gallery.
Sick Puppies are now on tour in Europe; Lacuna Coil continued their American tour with Cilver, Eve to Adam and Kyng; and Eyes Set to Kill will be touring domestically with Gemini Syndrome. All dates are available on their websites and Facebook pages.