Julie Christmas was the vocalist of Made Out of Babies, whose
Trophy (2005) straddled the border between
noise-rock and stoner-rock in the vein of
Coward (2006), produced by Steve Albini, contains their signature song
Silverback, one of Christmas' best vocal tornadoes.
Made Out of Babies disbanded after their third album The Ruiner (2008),
with songs that are no less brutal and unstable but can also sound
catchy like Cooker.
She then joined the supergroup Battle of Mice with guitarist and keyboardist
Josh Graham (ex-Neurosis and ex-Red Sparowes),
guitarist Joel Hamilton (of the Book of Knots),
legendary bassist Tony Maimone (Pere Ubu) and drummer Joe Tomino (Dub Trio).
They only released A Day of Nights (2006).
Christmas also fronted
Spylacopa, formed with
guitarist John LaMacchia,
Isis' Jeff Caxide , and
Dillinger Escape Plan's
Greg Puciato. They
debuted with the EP Spylacopa (2008) and several years later released
the first album, Parallels (2015), a cross between heavy-metal and acid-rock.
After her solo album The Bad Wife (2010), that contains July 31,
she joined Cult of Luna for their
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