Selene Vigil-Wilk

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Selene Vigil-Wilk
Birth name Selene Here Vigil
Born (1965-07-16) July 16, 1965 (age 51)
Genres Riot grrrl, grunge, punk rock
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1990–present
Labels C/Z, Atlantic, Tuck & Roll Music
Associated acts 7 Year Bitch, Solo

Selene Here Vigil-Wilk (born July 16, 1965) is an American singer and musician. She co-founded grunge band 7 Year Bitch alongside Elizabeth Davis, Valerie Agnew and Stefanie Sargent in 1990; they released three studio albums before disbanding in 1997. In 2000, Vigil formed a gothic band, Cistine. In 2010, Vigil released her debut solo album, That Was Then.

Vigil was married to Rage Against the Machine's drummer, Brad Wilk. They have two children.[1][2] [3]


7 Year Bitch



  • "Lorna" b/w "No Fucking War," "You Smell Lonely" (Rathouse/Face The Music Records), (1991; reissued by C/Z Records in 1992).
  • "Antidisestablishmentarianism EP" (Rugger Bugger Records, 1992)
  • "7 Year Bitch" / "Thatcher on Acid" "Can We Laugh Now?" / "No Fucking War" (Clawfist Records, 1992)
  • "7 Year Bitch EP" (C/Z Records, 1992)
  • "Rock-A-Bye Baby" b/w "Wide Open Trap" (C/Z Records, 1994)
  • "The History of My Future" b/w "24,900 Miles Per Hour" (promo only) (Atlantic Records, 1996)
  • "24,900 Miles Per Hour" (promo only) (Atlantic Records, 1996)
  • "Miss Understood" b/w "Go!" (Man's Ruin, 1996)

Other contributions[edit]

  • "8-Ball Deluxe" on Kill Rock Stars (Kill Rock Stars, Nov '12).
  • "Dead Men Don't Rape" on There's A Dyke in the Pit (Outpunk/Harp Records, 1992).
  • "The Scratch" on Power Flush: San Francisco, Seattle & You (Rathouse/Broken Rekids, 1993).
  • "In Lust You Trust" on Rawk Atlas (promo only) (C/Z Records, 1993).
  • "Dead Men Don't Rape" on Progression (Progression, 1994).
  • "The Scratch," "Icy Blue" on the Mad Love Motion Picture Soundtrack (Zoo Records, 1995).
  • "Kiss My Ass Goodbye" on Seattle Women in Rock: A Diverse Collection (Insight Records, 1995).
  • "Damn Good And Well" on Space Mountain (Rough Trade Publishing, 1995).
  • "The Scratch" on Take A Lick (promo only) (BMG, 1995).
  • "M.I.A." on Notes From The Underground, Vol. 2 (Priority Records, 1995).
  • "Mad Dash" on Home Alive: The Art Of Self-Defense (Epic Records, 1996).
  • "24,900 Miles Per Hour" on huH Music Sampler No. 23 (promo only, RayGun Press, 1996).
  • "Knot (Live)" on Hype! The Motion Picture Soundtrack (Sub Pop Records, 1996).
  • "Damn Good And Well" on Rough Cuts: The Best Of Rough Trade Publishing, 1991–1995 (Rough Trade Publishing, 1997).
  • "Rock-A-Bye Baby" on She's A Rebel (Beloved/Shanachie Records, 1997).
  • "Shake Appeal" on We Will Fall: The Iggy Pop Tribute (Royalty Records, 1997).
  • "M.I.A." on Whatever: The 90's Pop & Culture Box (Flying Rhino Records/WEA, 2005).
  • "The Scratch" on Sleepless in Seattle: The Birth Of Grunge (LiveWire Recordings, 2006).

Music videos[edit]

  • "In Lust You Trust" (1992)
  • "Hip Like Junk" (1994)
  • "24,900 Miles Per Hour" (1996)






The Gits Movie (2005)
Mad Love (1995 film)