SIRENIA, the Norwegian gothic metal band featuring former TRISTANIA guitarist/vocalist Morten Veland, have inked a deal with Nuclear Blast Records.
Having been a staple in the gothic/metal/rock scene for years, SIRENIA have released two successful albums to date ("At Sixes And Sevens" and "An Elixir For Existence") and recently toured Europe with TIAMAT, PAIN and THEATRE OF TRAGEDY.
"SIRENIA are proud to have teamed up with Nuclear Blast. Together we will keep up the flame, and bring out the best music we could possibly offer for many years to come!" Veland said in a statement.
The three main members of SIRENIA — Veland (guitars, growls), Henriette Bordvik (voices) and Jonathan Perez (drums, percussion) — are currently working on material for the group's Nuclear Blast debut.
"The last couple of months have been spent on creating new songs alongside our touring activity," the band write. "We have tons of ideas to pick from and will most likely spend the next few months on perfecting the best of this material. All the songs are meant for our next full-lenght album that most likely will be out in the beginning of next year."
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