"From the hazardous storms and below zero temperatures, of the most remote and dangerous place on earth,
where even the deepest fjords freeze to ice, and there is no summer - The Commander In Chief was born.
At the age of 4 she could speak with whales. At the age of 6 she killed her first Polar bear. Having
heard rumors of a more prosperous place on Earth, she set off with her Polar dogs, pulling all her
belongings, boxes of goat's cheese and Mjod as far south as she could come.
The Commander discovered her talent for music, sitting outside the family tent late at night, singing
for gekkos and squirrels, the only friends she had. Someone had told her about an island in the north-west,
where talents flourished and new ideas was the rule. Inspired by this, she set out to find this sacred
place in her home built Viking ship. After weeks of sailing around the edge of Europe she reached the
Atlantic ocean and got lost. For months she drifted around, not finding her way, never giving up hope
of reaching the promised land.
She took some floating debris from the ocean and built herself her first instrument. In her eternal quest
for perfection, she spent 3 months tuning it and finally it sounded just how she had always dreamed.
On a cold, stormy winter night her ship finally crashed into the rainy island. Totally confused by
cars driving on the wrong side of the streets and giant red buses, she had found her destination.
If you walk the streets of London, England, late at night and listen very carefully, you might hear her
powerful music, soaring through the midnight ether, with supersonic notes resonating like fireworks
in the sky. And if you are really lucky, just after midnight, you might just be able to hear the sound
of her sprite-like fingers, shredding melodic riffs, upon her prototype 7 string Falchion....

Soloartist in Heavy Rock/Metal, Songwriter/7-string guitarist/singer
The first female 7 string guitarist/singer/songwriter in Metal.
An official Ibanez artist, playing the prototype 7 string Falchion.
Also endorsing Seymour Duncan and Ernie Ball.


RockBoy *Band Score 7.5/10*
For BeRock Radio MiniZine (2011)

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