SYRENS CALL Part Ways With Singer, Seek Replacement

French progressive metal band SYRENS CALL parted ways with singer Valerie Paul.

"This parting puts an end to more than six years of a common work that led to the release of two albums — 'Fantasea' in 2000 and 'Emoceans' in 2004 — and numerous concerts as headliner or opener for prestigious bands — WITHIN TEMPTATION, DORO or more recently NIGHTWISH at the Metal Female Voices Fest II," reads a posting on the group's web site.

"This decision is the consequence of musical differences and above all some serious and internal reasons which the band prefers to remain confidential to date.

"SYRENS CALL is now in search for a new female singer. The auditions will take place very soon.

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"We wish to thank everybody that gave and still give their support to the band. We will be back soon!"

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