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Ok, there's a thread mainly for men so... I think we girls deserve one too :D I had the idea after I saw the thread with the women, but when I saw Shadow's posts I was sure it's a good idea to make something like that for girls :) RIGHT! :D The first one I'm going to present is... my bf. He's our violinist and he gets the attention of all the ladies down under the stage. [ATTACH=CONFIG]405[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]406[/ATTACH] Guy noone knows who he is, but girls on the internet love him :P [ATTACH=CONFIG]402[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]403[/ATTACH] ...and Ed Marquezini [ATTACH=CONFIG]404[/ATTACH]

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Yes BAN I knew it when i saw that you posted here that you'd say that' date=' XD[/quote'] I'm not some egotistical conceited asshole, it's more of a running joke with the band that I'm "the pretty one". It started because NTNR's family referred to me as "the pretty one" before they knew my name, and it seems like all of the women in his family lust after me. However, since I did say it, I might as well post something. I don't really have any pictures online that show my face (I'm almost always headbanging at shows), but you can see me pretty well in this video, which has a couple of clips of us playing and an interview: apMY22E6Dbc I'm the one in the Cathedral shirt on guitar and vocals, NTNR is on lead guitar in the Cradle of Filth tshirt. The bass player in this video is my brother Kyle, whom the ladies also seem to love (he's always swimming in women and has more crazy sex stories than anyone I know), and on drums is old man Dave. Neither of them are with the band any longer.
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the guy from Kampfar looks great however it always has been amazing for me how girls like Peter Steele. As well as Sebastian Bach. I know I have a weird taste but they have such female faces' date=' at least I think so.[/quote'] He (peter) does I suppose haha! Sebastian Bach is much too feminine for me, he is in league with brett michaels!
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