In some way, leading Norway’s Tristania to the very best from the goth metallic heap wasn’t plenty of for vocalist/guitarist Morten Veland, who unilaterally seceded from your union in the entire year 2000 to found out a brand-spanking-new though similar-sounding music group named Sirenia. Picking right up just about where he’d remaining away stylistically, Veland hand-picked compatriots Kristian Gundersen (clean vocals, acoustic guitar), Hans Henrik Varland (keyboards), and People from france vocalist Fabienne Gondamin to quickly perform on the next year’s At Sixes and Sevens debut. He and Gundersen after that found a far more long term support personnel in vocalist Henriette Bordvik and drummer Jonathan Perez to focus on their 2003 follow-up, An Elixir for Living. An EP, Sirenian Shores found its way to 2005, accompanied by the full-length Nine Destinies along with a Downfall in 2007.
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