Heavy Metal Tween Sister Band Sets Sights on Berklee College of Music

These girls rock.

When you think of heavy metal music, it is generally long-haired men, wearing all black and shredding on their instruments is the first image to come to mind.

Now, three teenage sisters from Mexico are getting ready to rewrite the rules of loud rock and don’t say we didn’t warn you!

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The Warning are a band that have been gaining attention in the music world for not just their talents but their fantastic covers of AC/DC’s “Back in Black,” Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” and Twisted Sister’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It.”  The girls also write and record their own original material.

In a recent interview, Danni, who sings, plays guitar, saxophone and piano said, “I love music. Music is my life.”

In the same interview, Paulina, who plays the drums, piano, and sings, said, “When we started playing we were really young, she was five years old, I was three and Ale [bassist, singer, sax player] wasn't even born yet.”

They credit their parents with inspiring them to play music and become better musicians each and every day.

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Now, the young ladies have a dream to attend a summer program at Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music. They have even launched a GoFundMe campaign to help them reach their goal.

Paulina said, “Going to Berklee would be being with people who know how hard you have to work to be in that school, to play well and share our love for music with other people, to learn more thing from people who actually care a lot about it.”

While the girls rack up hits on YouTube, they are still grounded and believe in their dreams.

Danni said, “We never imagined that we were going to have so many views and it was just for fun, see what happens. We just uploaded it for family to see and a lot people started watching it."