Roses On Her Grave
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Roses On Her Grave

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"Female Persuasion"

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6 song EP "From Red to Gray"
In studio currently recording full length album
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Radio airplay heard on San Diego's FM 94.9 & 91.X for tracks "She Got a Gun" & "Stop, Go"



“It’s like Sabbath meets AC/DC. It's unreal”
- Lost Enterprises

Roses is in process of finishing a music video directed by Robert Rodriguez's (Sin City, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Grindhouse, Underworld) film editor Ethan Maniquis.

Less than a year and a half of life, San Diego’s Roses on Her Grave is already making headlines, receiving
award nominations, frequenting radio play and headlining world renowned clubs. With Fu Manchu’s Bob Balch’s training, Roses guitar goddess Lindsay Matheson is becoming hard to miss.

“Turning up the volume are brazen classic-biker-rock Roses on Her Grave, with not one, but two hotshot singers, one of whom nostalgically rings of early, amped-up Joan Jett with mind-blowing guitar chops for good measure”
– Jorge Barriere

Roses debut and self produced album, “From Red to Gray,” was quickly nominated for SDMA’s Best Rock
Album. FM 94.9 made Roses it’s recommended band and album for the month of May. Roses live show
smacks you around with its raw in your face mix of attitude and excitement bringing live music back
to where it should be.

"Their record features soaring rock anthems akin to AC/DC with the bluesy foundation of the Stones-gritty, dirty rock n roll that makes you want to climb atop the bar and let your hair down”
- Derek Shaw 944 magazine

Roses on Her Grave has headlined The Viper Room, The Casbah, The Beauty Bar, The Ken Club, played
The Troubador, Silverlake Lounge, The Knitting Factory. This year Roses was 1 of 16 national acts chosen to be showcased at The Viper Room Stage at SXSW. It’s difficult to ignore the stir ROHG is starting to cause in the music industry.

"Roses packed out a late night rock fest for the ages"
-Justin Hooks, Mississippi Sun Herald