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Sarah Jane Ferridge


Member

1998 Covenant - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2004-2011 Angtoria - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2009- Sarah Jezebel Deva - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  

Studio musician

1996-2016 Cradle Of Filth - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
1998-2001 Mortiis - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
1999 Mystic Circle - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  

Live musician

1996-2008 Cradle Of Filth - backing vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
1997-2002 Therion - soprano vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2009-2010 The Kovenant - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2017- Hecate Enthroned - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2017- Nader Sadek - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  

Guest musician

1997-2002 Therion - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
1998 Graveworm - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
1998 Tulus - backing vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2002 The Gathering - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2004 Mendeed - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2008 Dawn Of Ashes - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2008 Trigger The Bloodshed - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2010 Creation's Tears - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2012 Silent Descent - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2013 Hecate Enthroned - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2019 Hecate Enthroned - vocals (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  
2020 Impalement - spoken word (as Sarah Jezebel Deva)  

Personal information

Also known as: Sarah Jezebel Deva
Born on: 25.02.1977

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Sarah Jane Ferridge (born February 25, 1977 in Forest Gate, East London, England), better known by her stage name Sarah Jezebel Deva, is a backing vocalist in Cradle of Filth, and also fronts her own band, Angtoria.

Her career started at the age of 11 at the Queen's theatre. "Summertime" was her first performance ever in a band or to an audience, performing one more time at the age of 13. She then took a big leap from jazz into punk, where she secured a position as a co-vocalist. It took one show with "Mad Dog" and a lot of punks spitting to realise that punk was not for her. She went on to write her own lyrics and later recorded a demo. At the age of 16 her singing career took another leap, this time into metal.

A T-shirt range was made available courtesy of Cradle of Filth guitarist Paul Allender as a 'favour' to Sarah in early 2006.

She became a columnist for UK-based extreme music publication Zero Tolerance Magazine in 2006.