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|Origin||New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States|
|Genres||Punk rock, indie rock, alternative rock|
|Labels||Don Giovanni Records|
Screaming Females is an American independent rock band, from New Brunswick, New Jersey. They have released six full-length albums. The band comprises Marissa Paternoster on guitar and vocals, Jarrett Dougherty on drums, and King Mike on bass.
Mike and Marissa formed a band in high school under the name Surgery On TV. After several lineup changes they finally decided on the trio and a name change to Screaming Females. The Screaming Females got their start in the basement show scene of New Brunswick, NJ. Shows are held in the houses of various bands, students, and residents, so people under 21 can attend. The band has gone on to achieve success with a wider exposure, having been featured on NPR, Last Call with Carson Daly, and MTV. Screaming Females have played with bands such as Garbage, Throwing Muses, Dinosaur Jr., The Dead Weather, Arctic Monkeys, Ted Leo & The Pharmacists, JEFF the Brotherhood, Little Lungs, Cheeky, The Ergs, Shellshag, The Measure.
In 2012 Marissa Paternoster was named the 77th greatest guitarist of all time by Spin magazine.
With their fifth studio album Ugly the Screaming Females collaborated with noted audio engineer Steve Albini. The album received across the board favorable reviews from media outlets including The A.V. Club, Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, Pitchfork Media, Alternative Press and CMJ.
In February 2013, Screaming Females released the self-produced EP Chalk Tape for streaming online. The EP was also sold as a limited run cassette tape as well as in a digital download format. According to the band's website Chalk Tape is a departure from their typical songwriting process. In writing Chalk Tape the band laid out their plans on a chalk board beforehand and then recorded the songs with no rewrites.
- Marissa Paternoster — vocals, guitar
- Jarrett Dougherty — drums
- King Mike — bass
- Studio albums
|2006||Baby Teeth||Self-released / Don Giovanni Records (reissued 2009)|
|2007||What if Someone is Watching Their T.V.?||Self-released / Don Giovanni Records (reissued 2009)|
|2009||Power Move||Don Giovanni Records|
|2010||Castle Talk||Don Giovanni Records|
|2012||Ugly||Don Giovanni Records|
|2015||Rose Mountain||Don Giovanni Records|
- Live Albums
|2014||Live at the Hideout||Don Giovanni Records|
|2006||"Arm Over Arm/Zoo of Death"||Self-released||7"|
|2008||"Screaming Females/Hunchback Neil Young Tribute - Split"||Freedom School Records||7"|
|2008||"Screaming Females/Full of Fancy - Split"||Let's Pretend Records||7"|
|2009||"Screaming Females/JEFF the Brotherhood"||Infinity Cat Records||7"|
|2013||"Screaming Females/Garbage - Because The Night"||Stunvolume Records||10"|
|2013||"Screaming Females/Swearin'/Upset/Waxahatchee Guided By Voices Tribute"||Salinas Records||7"|
|2013||"Screaming Females/Tenement"||Recess Records||7"|
|2010||Singles||Don Giovanni Records|
|2013||Chalk Tape||Don Giovanni Records|
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