Upon the release of her 2007 Shakespearean-themed album, Opheliac, Emilie found herself an overnight star in Germany's industrial rock scene. With her signature heart painted on her cheek (a unifying symbol replicated by her global followers known as "Plague Rats"), Emilie fast became a sensation throughout Europe, touring extensively. Soon, Emilie was welcomed to South America, and, finally, back to her home country.
Then came the literary creation that would alter the course of Emilie's career—an illustrated autobiographical/historical fantasy novel, The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls.
With the release of her latest album, Fight Like A Girl, Emilie Autumn pulls her listeners ever deeper into the realm of The Asylum, the fantastical alternate reality described in her magnum opus.<br>