Their highly lauded and insanely popular single "Kittenz" produced by Bob Marlette (Rob Zombie, Black Sabbath, Alice Cooper) continues to set the internet on fire.

Sapphic Musk (left to right): Christina “Ylva” Ownby, Sara T. Russell, Mia Ferraro, Freddie McCullough (Photo by Jayme Watts)

July 26, 2018 (Los Angeles, California) – Viking metallers Sapphic Musk will tour Eastern and Western Europe starting on September 7th in Kraków, Poland. This band of badass women will perform tracks from their current recordings including, Lady of the Twilight (self-released in 2017), featuring their highly popular single “Kittenz” (produced by Bob Marlette and Lisa Pimentel). Their songwriting influences range from Black Sabbath to Patti Smith and incorporate a strong sense of humor and Viking mythology. 
Sapphic Musk European Tour (all dates subject to change, please check with venues):
Friday, September 7th at Pub Pod Ziemią in Kraków, Poland
Sunday, September 9th at Klub Česka 1 in Kutná Hora, Czech Republic
Wednesday, September 12th at Vrankrijk in Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Friday, September 14th at venue TBA in Malmö, Sweden
Saturday, September 15th at Underwerket in Copenhagen, Denmark

Sapphic Musk is a dynamic all-female rock band who formed in Los Angeles in 2014. Frontwoman Sara T. Russell considers herself as much a rock and metal musician as performer and comedian when she gets on stage in full Viking regalia including a horned headpiece, faux animal skins, and feathers. Sara creates stage props, writes the lyrics and melodies and also produces the band’s artwork. Formerly she played guitar in The Sharp Ease and fronted Silver and Gold. Guitarist Mia Ferraro has played with Spoon and Hole, and she was also a significant member of the two very well-loved and influential (but now defunct) bands Bobsled and TadPoLe. Bassist Christina “Ylva” Ownby, has played with Same Day Service and Peg Leg Love and drummer Freddie McCullough previously played with The Slivers and Kittenhead.

Ferraro explains “Our music runs the gamut from metal to punk to power-pop (with a rich emphasis on comedy-rock) and beyond. More than anything, we are a fun and energetic all-female rock ‘n’ roll band.” Sara T. adds “We give 110 percent at live shows. We want to keep the art of performance alive.” The band has shared the stage with like-minded artists including Pansy Division, Krammpstein, No Small Children and Black Sabbitch.


The LA Weekly included them in their Best of L.A. issue this year in the category of “Best Viking Metal Band” noting “In terms of pure power and sterling theatricality, this quartet of hard-rockin’ wimmin — led by sonic sorcerer Sara T. Russell — present heavy metal in the way that…is at once imaginative, joyous and hard. And when Russell storms the stage, puts on her crown of antlers, girds her loins in a skintight black catsuit and spreads her massive golden wings wide, you know that she’s a star, she’s a star, she’s a star.” America’s premier metal Magazine DECIBEL writes “our blackened hearts went tits over tails when we discovered the new video “Kittenz” by Sapphic Musk.” Amoeblog adds “Kittenz” boasts heavy guitar riffs over big tight drums. It’s the stuff that turns mosh pits into raging tornadoes!”

As the Huffington Post makes clear “lyricist Sara is a master of the hook. She creates tasty earworms like “Two Bottoms (Don’t Make a Top)” and “Go STR8 Back”, which dovetails perfectly with heavy metal humor as perfected in cult films such as Spinal Tap, Hesher, Deathgasm or anything featuring Jack Black and Tenacious D. Find the band on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Bandcamp, YouTube, and on their website (

GGM Staff


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