The band Znowhite was found in 1982, initially known as Snowhite, then ZnöWhite and finally Znowhite. Nicole joined the band since the band was lacking a vocalist. Nicole was the girlfriend of the band’s manager back then.
The music they wrote was solid, straight-ahead NOWBHM-inspired speed metal and the band got attention from Metal Blade and Roadrunner but due to all sort of things the band never got big despite all the touring they did throughout America. Nicole left the band in 1986, tired of the constant touring and the scene in general, and was replaced by Sue Sharp. This didn’t last long and in 1987 Nicole came back as the band got a deal with Roadrunner Records and their debut full-lenght Act of God was recorded. Despite the bright future ahead of the band Nicole decided to leave once again in 1988 and she was then replaced by Debbie Gunn whom left in 1989 to return to her old band Sentinel Beast.
Znowhite finally split up in 1989 en some remaining members started the band Cyclone Temple and later Rebels Without Applause. Nicole didn’t continue in the metal scene and basically no one heard of her again.
Nicole is not found on social media.
1983 Live for the Weekend (Single)
1983 Demo ’83
1984 Demo 84
1984 All Hail to Thee (EP)
1985 Kick ’em When They’re Down (EP)
1986 Live Suicide (Live album)
1988 Act of God
No live video’s with Nicole available currently on the web.