Transgressive goth rapper Dana Dentata might seem like an unlikely fit for rock and metal mainstay Roadrunner Records, home to Slipknot, Gojira and Turnstile — that is until you know that she used to play in a shock-metal band heavily inspired by Wendy O. Williams and the Plasmatics and, in her current solo guise, has opened for Marilyn Manson. Dentata just announced her signing to Roadrunner, becoming the first female solo artist signed to the label, and did so with a bang, simultaneously premiering the characteristically sexy and bloody performance art film, The Resurrection of Dana Dentata. Conceptualized and directed by Dentata, the provocative 20-minute piece sees her performing cuts from 2019 EP Daddy Loves You, as well as brand-new material.
On October 8th, Dentata will drop "Do U Like Me Now?," her first new music of 2020 and a preview of her forthcoming debut LP, Pantychrist, which is expected next year. Dentata has collaborating with wide range of artists/producers on Pantychrist, including Dylan Brady of 100 Gecs, Kris Esfandiari of King Woman and Miserable, Robokid, and Yawns and Fish Narc of GothbBoiClique. Additionally, she is set to feature in the genre-busting horror/musical podcast, Halloween in Hell, which will premiere October 10th via all podcast platforms.