19:20 - Redn1ght The amount of time it would take to read to the point when Frodo decides to fuck the shire and gtfo from there is way too long. I could've read couple Conan short stories by that time and be more entertained.
18:56 - Belegûr lol crap book , I'll move on without biting :P
18:41 - Hex_Omega Wacken last year: 132 bands, this year: 83 bands. What happened?
18:35 - Bad English Amon Amarth is not crap band and LOTR is better book as Harry poter
18:24 - Marcel Hubregtse crap bands taking names from a crap book. That does make sense, though.
17:14 - Belegûr I say so many, not all. There are a few that are great in my opinion.
17:10 - Belegûr Difference is, Amon Amarth don't even like Tolkiens work :P they said so themselves. They just liked the name. It's a shame that so many crap bands have taken all the cool names from Tolkiens world :P
Sirenia have decided to share today more material from their soon to be released new record The Seventh Life Path. While before the symphonic metallers unveiled the single "Once My Light" as the first taste, today there is a preview with snippets of all the tracks that will appear on the record. It's almost 6-minutes of new material courtesy of mastermind Morten Veland and company. Give it a try!
Sirenia have chosen today to share the first song from their new album. As they prepare to unleash The Seventh Life Path unto the world this May, the symphonic metallers give us a first taste and it is the song "Once My Light" which comes in the form of a video. It's only the first song but do you think it sounds promising for the rest of the album?
Last year, symphonic metallers Sirenia revealed that they would be releasing a new album this year and they have kept their promise. The Norwegians just revealed the first details about their new album that follows Perils Of The Deep Blue. Below you can see the album cover and tracklist for the upcoming new record The Seventh Life Path. Do you have high hopes for the band's new record? You will just have to wait until May to find out what the band came up with this time around.
Sirenia have announced their return to Austrian label Napalm Records where the band started. The Norwegian metallers show no signs of slowing down and promise a new album in 2015 to follow Perils Of The Deep Blue, released on Nuclear Blast.
Norwegian female-fronted metal band Sirenia announced that they will be touring Australia this December for the very first time. The band will perform tracks off their stunning recent new release, Perils Of The Deep Blue, out from June 28th. Sirenia will only be performing two exclusive shows: one in Melbourne and one in Sydney.
To celebrate the release of Perils Of The Deep Blue in Europe today, symphonic metallers Sirenia have released a new lyric video for the song "My Destiny Coming To Pass". Have you listened to the new album already? If you haven't, you can always listen to this new song and get another taste before you get it. The lyric video is available right now.
Here it is folks, the first taste off symphonic gothic metallers Sirenia's new album Perils Of The Deep Blue. The wait is over and you can go ahead and enjoy below the video for the new song "Seven Widows Weep". This album is the follow-up to The Enigma Of Life. Nuclear Blast has set its release for June 28th, 2013.
Last year, Sirenia announced that they were in the studio recording new material for the follow-up to The Enigma Of Life. Today we finally get to see what the band has been up to. The Norwegian symphonic gothic metallers have revealed the first details of their upcoming new album set for release via Nuclear Blast on June 28th, 2013. The band's sixth studio record was baptized Perils Of The Deep Blue. The tracklist as well as the cover artwork can be found below.
Norwegian metallers Sirenia have issued the following update:
"We are very happy to announce Sirenia's new guitar player. Jan Erik Soltvedt has joined the band and will take over the place as lead guitarist. Some of you already know Jan Erik from the shows at Wacken Open Air and GSM Fest. We bid him welcome aboard and look forward to more touring together. First up is the South American tour, so we ask all our South American fans to give Jan Erik a warm welcome."
Norwegian/Spanish gothic metal band Sirenia just updated their homepage in support of the band's brand new album The Enigma Of Life.
Furthermore, Sirenia announced the first festivals for 2011, Wacken Open Air (GER) and Masters Of Rock (CZ). More to be confirmed soon!
Quoted mastermind Morten Veland: "We are very excited these days as the release date for The Enigma Of Life is coming up. We are very eager to share the new album with all our fans. We just launched our new and updated website. Here we will keep all of you up to date on all future activities. Wacken Open Air and Masters Of Rock are already confirmed and more festivals will be announced soon. stay tuned! Cheers!"
"The End of It All", the new video from Sirenia has been posted online and can now be watched below. "The End of It All" comes off the band's upcoming album, The Enigma of Life, which will be released on January 21st, 2011. More details on The Enigma of Life are available over here.
Sirenia just released a brand new song of their upcoming album The Enigma Of Life. Check out "The End Of It All" at the bands official MySpace profile.
The Enigma Of Life marks the band's second effort to feature X Factor winner contestant Ailyn on vocals and will be out on January 21, 2011 via Nuclear Blast Records. More album details were previously reported here.
A short album trailer for Sirenia's upcoming effort, The Enigma Of Life, can now be watched below.
Sirenia are set to release their fifth studio album, entitled The Enigma of Life, on January 21, 2011 via Nuclear Blast Records.
The Enigma of Life cover art] tracklist:
01. The End Of It All
02. Fallen Angel
03. All My Dreams
04. This Darkness
05. The Twilight In Your Eyes
06. Winter Land
07. A Seaside Serenade
08. Darkened Days To Come
09. Coming Down
10. This Lonely Lake
11. Fading Star
12. The Enigma Of Life
13. Oscura Realidad
14. The Enigma Of Life