HAWXX release empowering music video for ‘Death Makes Sisters Of Us All’



Today, London-based alternative metallers HAWXX have released an empowering music video for new single ‘Death Makes Sisters Of Us All’. The track is taken from the band’s debut full-length album Earth, Spit, Blood and Bones, out now, and tackles the uncomfortable topic of global femicide.

Watch the music video to ‘Death Makes Sisters Of Us All’ here.
Stream Earth, Spit, Blood and Bones here.

On the new single, HAWXX comment:
“‘Death Makes Sisters of Us All’ is a war cry in response to patriarchal violence against women and our queer community. Gender-based violence that exists on our streets and in our homes is unrelenting. This song is a reminder that we are united in our struggle. A thread of ancient pain and rage binds us together in fierce love and solidarity. This sisterhood is undoubtedly the most powerful thing in the world. May we tear down the structures of patriarchal violence together.

HAWXX – ‘Death Makes Sisters Of Us All’

The band have also announced that they’ll be heading out on the road for a UK and EU tour supporting Halocene this November. UK dates below: 

30.11.23 Fleece, Bristol
01.12.23 Institute 02, Birmingham
02.12.23 Slay, Glasgow
03.12.23 Academy, Manchester
04.12.23 Islington Academy, London

Tickets available here: https://www.hawxx.co.uk/venue.

HAWXX hail from Greece, Italy, Wales, and England, with a sound that is made up of four-part harmonies, drop tuned heavy riffs and progressive drums. Writing songs about oppressive beauty standards, mental health struggles, violence against women and queer people, self empowerment, this is more than just a band – it’s a necessary vehicle of catharsis, love and rage. As a feminist band it is HAWXX’s aim to be part of changing the landscape of the rock and metal world and for their gigs to be a collective experience of love and rage, holding women and queer people at the centre.

Summer 2023 saw the axe-wielding metallers perform at Download Festival to a packed out Dogtooth Stage, and the year before that they embarked on a tour across the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands supporting Alter Bridge‘s Mark Tremonti, with more slots at Download Festival, Radar Fest, Great Escape, Summer Breeze in Germany, and Burn it Down Festival respectively sprinkled throughout. As well as being endorsed by Jackson Guitars, Rotosound Strings and Victory Amplifiers, winning the PRS Women Make Music Award, playing a exclusive performance at the Heavy Music Awards and playing a packed out tent at Bloodstock Festival described by Metal Planet Music as an ‘I was there’ moment, Hannah and Anna were also listed in Metal Hammers list of “13 Metal Guitarists That Will Change the World.”

HAWXX – Earth, Spit, Blood and Bones
Album ArtworkTrack Listing:
1. Death Makes Sisters of Us All
2. The Worst Thing
3. Reckless
4. Embrace the Ugly
5. Trust Your Rage
6. If Not Now Then When
7. Filth
8. Bite
9. Soulbreaking Machines
10. Fathertongue
Band Members:
Anna Papadimitriou – vocals / guitars
Hannah Staphnill – guitars / backing vocals
Julia Cadau – bass / backing vocals
Jessica Dann – drums / backing vocalsSocial Media Links:
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