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"Road Tripped: Athfest 2012"

There aren’t too many cities where you can stand outside shortly before midnight and watch women carrying on in the tradition of Sleater-Kinney, but Athens is one of them. In Little Kings Shuffle Club’s yard on Saturday, the four Incendiaries raised their aggressive voices, spiky guitar and propulsive drums in a righteous, riotous affirmation of lady-led rock. -

"But Wait...........There's More"

Drawing from bands like Drive Like Jehu, Sleater-Kinney and the '90s Dischord Records roster, the four "ladies of pedigree" who make up Incendiaries play noisy, angular post-punk that grooves and howls with the best of them. Dueling guitars swap squiggly riffs and stabs of crunchy dissonant chords while the bass lays down jerky, syncopated rhythms atop steady, driving beats. Insistently shout-sung vocals push to the forefront, with multiple voices building on and complementing one another. All that might sound like a recipe for chaos, but Incendiaries' songs are remarkably controlled, lending them an intensity that smolders but never burns out. -


"Give Me a Reason"- independent release, April 2013

"Get the Van Halen Out of Here" featured on Wuxtry Record Store Day Vinyl Compilation



Incendiaries consists of four veterans of the Athens, GA rock scene. These ladies have played in such bands as Cinemechanica, Heros Severum, Down With the Woo, Maximum Busy Muscle and Romanenko. After realizing that the Athens music scene was lacking in powerhouse, all-female bands, they joined forces to create the rock-n-roll furnace that is Incendiaries.

Since July 2009 Incendiaries has played a stream of high profile shows in Athens, GA. These shows include opening for Pride Parade at the Caledonia’s New Year’s Eve bash and rockin’ out with the fine, young ladies from Detroit- Hot Cha Cha. Incendiaries has also become a staple at local benefit shows. Examples include a benefit show held for Girls Rock Camp and a benefit show for Take Back the Night, an organization that advocates a world free from sexual assault and abuse.

On April 13, 2013 Incendiaries independently released its debut album "Give Me a Reason." Incendiaries performed an album release show at Little Kings to a packed and highly enthusiastic house.
The album was recorded by Eric Friar of Heros Severum and Joel Hatstat.
Get ready world. Incendiaries will soon be invading a town near you!