Debbie Seymour

 

Debbie Seymour is the singer for Connecticut heavy metal band Vengeance. She is originally from London, England and emigrated to the USA in December 2003. She has had an extensive musical history and a long and varied career, and was previously in Lick That, Neon, M16, Sister Funk, Sin City Drifters, Amaranth, The Stains, Afterbirth and The Girls Are Back In Town. She received vocal training from the world famous vocal coach Stevie Lange (Def Leppard, Limp Bizkit, Courtney Love), wife of world-renowned producer Mutt Lange (Def Leppard - Hysteria, AC/DC - Back in Black).

 

 

Background

 

Debbie was one of the guitarists of Lick That, the British prog/metal band. Lick That  appeared on national television and national radio in England with their video for "Remember" on the hit TV show "Noisy Mothers" and their track "Die For a Reason" was featured on the Radio 1 Sunday Rock Show.

 

Debbie was also the lead singer for Neon, with whom she appeared at Reading Festival in 1998, sharing the bill with such legends as Page / Plant of Led Zeppelin fame, Foo Fighters, the Beastie Boys and Garbage. They also headlined the prestigious London Astoria in 2002. She won the Hartford Advocate's Award for Best Bass Player in 2005, and with Vengeance she won Best Metal band in 2010 and 2011 and the nomination for Best Metal Band in 2012 and 2013. Vengeance also won Best Metal Band in the Connecticut Music Awards in 2014 and 2015. Vengeance are now nominated in the Best Metal category in the Connecticut Music Awards and the New England Music Awards for 2016.

Vengeance

 

As lead singer for Vengeance, Debbie has opened up for many major names, including Whitesnake, Queensryche, The Cult, Sevendust, Drowning Pool, LA Guns, Halestorm, Dizzy Reed of Guns n Roses, Mike Portnoy's Adrenaline Mob, Fates Warning, Steel Panther, Bret Michaels, Testament and Anthrax.

 

The latest Vengeance album, Den of Demons, was  released in 2014 and their greatest hits compilation, 10 Years, was released in 2015 to honor their large catalogue of music and to celebrate the band's 10th anniversary.