SIRENIA: 'The Search For A New Singer Is Finally Over'

Norwegian gothic metal band SIRENIA which parted ways with Danish singer Monika Pedersen last fall after only one album due to "musical differences" has issued the following update:

"After several months of searching and auditioning, the search for a new singer is finally over. It has been a busy period for us with more than 500 singers showing their interest in the singer position. We would like to thank each and every one of you for honouring us with your applications; we have listened carefully to every demo we received. And we have done our very best to answer as many mails as possible. Thanks a lot for all the response, it was highly appreciated. The new singer will be introduced within the next couple of days. Stay tuned!!"

SIRENIA's latest album, "Nine Destinies and a Downfall", entered the German Media Control chart in March 2007 at position No. 54. The CD was recorded at Jailhouse studios in Norway with engineer Hans Eidsgard and Soundsuite studios in France with Terje Refsnes and was mixed and mastered at Antfarm studios in Aarhus, Denmark with Tue Madsen.

SIRENIA's video for the song "The Other Side" can be viewed below. The clip was helmed by the renowed Serbian production company I-Code (DEATHSTARS, HAMMERFALL, BLIND GUARDIAN, SCAR SYMMETRY), which previously worked with the group on the "My Mind's Eye" video.


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