Sirenia - New Album In 2015, Sign To Napalm Records

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.

"Morten is an amazing songwriter and with his band Sirenia they still belong to the top of Gothic Metal. We barely can't wait to check out the first new songs and to release the new album in early 2015," says Nadir Amrioui / A&R of Napalm Records.

Morten Veland comments on the signing: "We are very excited about having signed a new deal with Napalm Records. This is where Sirenia began our career 13 years ago, so it feels like a homecoming in many ways. Looking forward to keep on bringing our music out to all the metalheads around the world together with Napalm. There is much more to come. Cheers!"

Band profile: Sirenia
Posted: 04.04.2014 by BloodTears


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04.04.2014 - 12:20
I'm the only person on the planet who thought The Enigma of Life was better than their last album.
04.04.2014 - 12:36
Perils Of The Deep Blue is the best album of Sirenia (with Aylin). I want to hear the new album
04.04.2014 - 14:56
Yes, Perils Of The Deep Blue, was their best since At Sixes And Sevens, and my hope for this band is restored, so with Napalm again on board, I'm hoping for a further changes in this direction.
there is nothing left to die for...
04.04.2014 - 17:57
I hope with this move they (or Morten) are coming back to their senses! Something in the vein of the first two albums would be very much appreciated.
04.04.2014 - 19:24
They got better in the songwriting department, now they only have to make it listenable by not compressing the fuck out of it :/
03.09.2014 - 20:33
Khal metal
Written by Teravolt_Danny on 04.04.2014 at 12:20

I'm the only person on the planet who thought The Enigma of Life was better than their last album.

you are not alone haha ,i also think Enigma better ...

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