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Band Bio

Dead Emotion is a female-fronted band from Queens, New York. Dead Emotion’s music is dark as Goth, heavy as metal, catchy and melodic as pop, with a dose of New York attitude. Dead Emotion has been on the scene since 1993, playing many venues from New York to Long Island and beyond. The sincerity of Dead Emotion’s songs and their unforgettable live performances made them one of the best bands in New York City.

Dead Emotion has put out several releases many of which may be available on

Dead Emotion has opened for such acts as Kittie, Gene Loves Jezebel, Randy Jackson of Zebra and Gotham Road (formerly Graves), featuring Michale Graves of The Misfits. Dead Emotion receives over 70,000 hits a month on their web site. Many online Goth and Metal radio stations have Dead Emotion music on their play lists.

Dead Emotion is featured on the DYNASTY OF DARKNESS Vol. 1 and Vol.2 – a documentary by Axis Video on the sub-culture music scene of the East Coast. Dead Emotion’s first music video for the Satyran song “Bytch” is a feature video on the DYNASTY OF DARKNESS Vol. 2.

Please visit our website: for more information on the band.

For booking info please contact:
New Goth America Inc.
(646) 541-6505

Albums and Comps

Change (2004) – in the works
D – Sides (2003)
Meathead Records, Canada (2002)
Crankspiv Records, Los Angeles (2002)
Redefine the Rock Star, 3:16 Productions,
Vol. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 (1998-2002)
!F!HUE! Recordz (2001)
Arise From the Dead (2001)
Greatest Misses (2000)
Somewhere Close to Heaven (1999)
Nothing To Die For (1998)
Send Her Black Roses (1998)
Live at Le Bar Bat (1998)

Venues and Events

Nocturnal Creatures
Saints and Sinners
Albion Batcave
Alchemy Mondays at CB Gallery
M.E.A.N.Y. Fest 2003
CBGB Lounge
”Touring 495” Festival
Le Bar Bat
The Red Zone
Desmond’s Tavern
The Musicians Lighthouse
Washington Square Park
The Musicians Lighthouse
Bowling Green Park
The Shenanigans
The King’s Club
The Galloping Green
The Pleasant Inn
The New Music Café
Levitown Hall
The Elbow Room
Voo Doo Lounge
The Speak Easy Cafe
Underground Studios
Castle Heights
The Devil’s Playground
Continental NYC
The Lion’s Den
The Crocodile Club
Thunder ground
Street Level
Roxy Music Hall
Philippine Music Festival
Knights of Columbus
Long Island Rocks


Machell, “The Wild Cauldron”: ”… Dead Emotion took the stage. Marina was, ironically, full of emotion in her performance. Her voice is drifting and her spirit is definitely in her performance…”

Jack Turnbull, Model Gothic CEO: “Destiny comes to those who dwell in the Melodic tones of Darkness. Welcome to DEAD EMOTION…”

Keltic, “The Wild Cauldron”: ““…(Dead Emotion is) a great band; they put on a terrific live show that I would recommend to anyone... Marina has a strong voice and could probably sing in about any genre she tried...”

Ed Johnson, “The Inside Connection”: “Dead Emotion is…an act with a dark moody vibe…”

Joe Puccio “The Island Ear”: “…Dead Emotion followed with a scorching set that really lit the place up. The band’s fusion of heavy metal and alternative created a unique, hard-hitting sound….”

Dead Emotion’s CD “Somewhere Close to Heaven” received 3.5 stars from “NYC’s Dead Emotion come back with the heavy gothic grooves that they are known for on their new 10 track disc. This time around, Dead Emotion has opted to throw a little bit of curve to everyone, implementing some mechanical percussive assistance a la NIN (“Time Has Come”), into their mix, with some great results. With their feet firmly planted in the dark rock genre, Dead Emotion isn’t afraid to experiment with different sounds (“Why Are You Doing This To Me”). Yet, they still manage to satisfy even the most finicky headbanger (“Instant Message”, “…And Now I’m Cold”).”

Review from “… Melancholy fills Dead Emotion’s spacious guitars that echo and flange against doleful pop songs …”

Redefine the Rock Star: Volume 2: “…Goth Metal comes next courtesy of Dead Emotion. Slow, dark and with a new wave twist. I actually enjoyed this track and I am not a big Goth fan…”
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