Tag: Sirenia

Jun 19

Morten Veland of Sirenia discussed touring the US for the first time

Sirenia is one of the few band that can be credited as a pioneer of the gothic metal movement, as they were founded at the peak of the movement back in 2001. With a pure gothic metal attitude, the have been constantly releasing great records regardless of the different change of line-ups over the years. At Sixes …

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May 12

Arkona and Sirenia To Kick Off North American Tour Tomorrow!

Napalm Records artists Arkona and Sirenia are ready to kick of their North American tour, tomorrow night in New York, NY at Webster Hall.  This tour serves as a special 15th anniversary run for Arkona.  The tour is also Sirenia‘s first ever North American tour!  A complete list of dates can be found below. Anton …

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Sep 01

SIRENIA – Unveil First Album Details!

Mastermind Morten Veland has just one thing in mind for SIRENIA in 2016: Pure and utter melancholy. Almost two years after the release of The Seventh Life Path this Norwegian is ready to unleash his latest dark vision of gothic and symphonic metal that shuns the light: Dim Days of Dolor is the title of …

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Dec 20

Miguel’s Top 20 Albums of 2013

Every year becomes more difficult to pick the best albums at the end of the year, some are better than others, some are just fantastic, and some are good, but for one reason or another they don’t make the list at the end. This year was a roller-coaster of great bands releasing great records, I …

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Jul 08

Sirenia – Perils Of The Deep Blue (2013)

Sirenia has become an institution in symphonic gothic metal since its creation back in 2001, and during the last 12 years it had produced some of the greatest albums in this genre from At Sixes And Sevens to Nine Destinies And A Downfall. Sirenia returns this year with a new crown jewel on Perils Of …

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Jun 26

Morten Veland of Sirenia checked in with The Age Of Metal

Since its creation back in 1998, Sirenia had become one of the biggest and most influential bands in the symphonic gothic metal realm, their style is faithful to the original formula of melodic keyboards, symphonic choirs, sharp guitar riffs, growling vocal, and female vocals that made the genre rise to greatness back in the late …

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