|Origin||Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico|
|Genres||Punk rock, garage rock, garage punk|
|Associated acts||Bosnian Rainbows, Omar Rodríguez-López, Kimono Kult, Adanowsky, The Dream Rockers|
|Website||Le Butcherettes Official site|
|Members||Teri Gender Bender
|Past members||Auryn Jolene
Jamie Aaron Aux
Le Butcherettes was created by vocalist/guitarist Teri Gender Bender, who later recruited drummer Auryn Jolene to form a duo. Their live act, featuring 1950s fashions and props such as brooms, feather dusters, and bloody aprons to refer to women being slaves, quickly achieved acclaim in the Mexican underground scene. Teri Gender Bender would also use artificial blood, flour, eggs, meat, and a real pig head on stage.
The band won "Best New Artist" and "Best Punk Record" in the Indie-O Awards 2009. A disagreement on direction led Auryn Jolene to abruptly leave and claim the end of the band, leading to media confusion. Teri Gender Bender later denied this. Gender Bender moved the band to Los Angeles and recruited drummer Normandi Heuxdalfo. Notable 2009 appearances include Hellow Fest in Monterrey and opening for The Dead Weather in their Mexico City and Guadalajara shows. In January 2010, Le Butcherettes opened for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs at shows in Monterrey, Guadalajara and Mexico City.
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez of The Mars Volta produced (as well as contributed bass guitar to) Le Butcherettes' LP, Sin Sin Sin. The first single, "Henry Don't Got Love," was released in 2010 as a free download from Le Butcherettes' Bandcamp page. The album was released in May 2011 on Rodriguez-Lopez's label. Le Butcherettes toured the U.S. with Deftones and The Dillinger Escape Plan with the new line-up of Teri, drummer Gabe Serbian (of The Locust) and bassist Jonathan Hischke.
Past band members
- Auryn Jolene - drums
- Normandi Heuxdaflo - drums
- Jonathan Hischke - bass 
- Gabe Serbian - drums 
- Omar Rodríguez-López - bass, production
- Lia Braswell - drums
- Jamie Aaron Aux - bass guitar
- Kiss & Kill (2008)
- iTunes Live: SXSW (2011)
- Chaos As Usual (With Melvins) (2015)
- "Teri Gender Bender: Music Matters". Red Bull. June 25, 2010. Retrieved 2015-07-30.
- Le Butcherettes Fans (2011-05-15). Today Teri Gender Bender Turns 22: Happy Birthday!!! Retrieved on 2013-07-19 from https://www.facebook.com/lebutcherettesfans/posts/202232426481168.
- Caballero, Jorge (May 15, 2009). "Le Butcherettes llega al DF con su música por la mujer". La Jornada (in Spanish). Retrieved December 8, 2009.
- Peñaloza, Patricia (August 28, 2009). "Le Butcherettes Vuelve La Carne". La Jornada (in Spanish) (Mexico City).
- Redacción, Crónica (January 29, 2010). "Cumplen los Yeah Yeah Yeahs a fans mexicanos". Crónica (in Spanish) (Mexico City).
- Jenkins, Mark (2014-11-06). "Antemasque offers frenzied, free-form set at Rock & Roll Hotel". Washington Post.
- Alex Young (June 15, 2015). "Le Butcherettes team with John Frusciante and Iggy Pop for new album". Consequence of Sound. Retrieved 2015-07-30.
- Kim Hillyard (June 15, 2015). "Iggy Pop and John Frusciante to appear on new Le Butcherettes album". NME. Retrieved 2015-07-30.
- Ryan Minic (June 30, 2011). "Le Butcherettes Interview: The Beginnings, Next Album, & Deftones / Dillinger Tour". Ryan's Rock Show. Retrieved 2015-07-30.
- Chris Coplan (May 7, 2014). "Stream: Le Butcherettes’ new album Cry Is for the Flies". Consequence of Sound. Retrieved 2015-07-30.