Sirenia - At Sixes And Sevens

8.6 | 319 votes |
Release date: 21 May 2002
Style: Symphonic gothic metal


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01. Meridian
02. Sister Nightfall
03. On The Wane
04. In A Manica
05. At Sixes And Sevens
06. Lethargica
07. Manic Aeon
08. A Shadow Of Your Own Self
09. In Sumerian Haze

Top 20 albums of 2002: 14

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When Morten Veland left Tristania, and announced his new project, Sirenia, I remember I thought, "What's the deal with this guys and the -IA band names?" you know, Tristania, Sirenia… err, bad joke to start this review, well I'm not in the funny mood today.

Anyway, Tristania went their path and Sirenia followed the path of older Tristania, It could be said that At Sixes And Sevens is the logic continuation of "Beyond The Veil".

published 15.01.2004 | Comments (5)

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16.11.2013 - 17:33
Rating: 9
Erik M.
Amazing album and without a doubt the best Sirenia album. All the other albums (except for the 2nd album) are so inferior to this it's actually laughable. Sure, if you like totally poppy gothic metal then the new albums might be "better" since fortunately this album is not poppy at all.
24.06.2014 - 15:33
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This album <3.<3
24.02.2015 - 15:27
At Sixes and Sevens is a masterpiece of norwegian gothic metal scene. It is Morten Veland's best works together with Beyond the Veil.
Beautiful lyrics, growlings, female vocals, music...everything is performed very well.
01.10.2015 - 16:16
Rating: 9
Definitely the best Sirenia album. There's a couple of songs that aren't as good as the rest so I cannot say it's a 10, but anyway an impressive album.
The guitar is my sword, I'll fight 'til I die /../
28.04.2016 - 18:54
Rating: 9
Metal Addict
I remember back when this album had just been released and I listened to it for the first time. It gave me a strong hope that Sirenia would be a band to continue the work Morten Veland began in Tristania. Sadly I was proven wrong later, when the band chose a more commercial direction. Still, At Sixes and Sevens (and its follow-up) remain as a great musical legacy.
"And we are not who we think we are
We are who we're afraid to be"
- Lux Occulta "The Opening of Eleventh Sephirah"
15.03.2017 - 07:45
Rating: 9
This album sounds almost exactly like old school Tristania.

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