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"Kat Fatale and the Fallen was a fantastic band with well-written songs. This band made full use of outfits to get attention, with their female vocalist clad in bondage gear. This multitalented songstress was playing both keys and guitar. Pretty hot! Welcome to round one." - Bodogmusic.ca


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Since 3-year-old Kat Fatale was told she'd never play the piano because her hands were too small, she decided to strengthen her middle finger and prove to the world she was a kick-ass musician, songwriter, and performer. After years of classical/jazz training and playing around the world, she realized her piano prodigy days were over after age 10. Kat decided to grab a Les Paul, join a rock band and start playing rock shows. Since then, she has played keys/guitar and co-wrote material in a handful of bands, gaining valuable experience on records, on TV, and on stage - touring alongside acts like Kalan Porter and Faber Drive. However, she finally had to do what she felt was her true calling, being the front-woman of a band. She recruited one of Canada's tightest rhythm sections to date - Audiosausage on the bass and JP on the drums. These two wickedly talented musicians are in no way, shape or form newbies to the music scene, touring with the likes of Our Lady Peace, Hilary Duff and Hedley, among others, and doing their own share of television appearances and records over the years. The band donned the name "Fatale", inspired by the character of the "femme fatale". With musical inspirations ranging from Slayer to Rancid to P!nk, the three have created a new blend of pop, rock, and punk, with edgy female vocals blasting through the mix. They reach a variety of listeners, crossing the boundaries of age, gender, and musical tastes. Most importantly, each member of "Fatale" know exactly how to please a crowd and leave them begging for more.