Band Photo: Sirenia (?)
From: Stavanger, Norway
Last Known Status: Active
Latest Sirenia News
Below is our complete Sirenia news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Australian metal band Lycanthia has issued the following update:
"Unfortunately we have bad news. The Paradise Lost and Sirenia Australian Tour has been cancelled."
"Lycanthia will be playing @ The Lansdowne Hotel, Sydney, 10 April 2010 (free entry) @ Club Carnage, Kings X, 2 July 2010..."
Norway's Sirenia has issued the following update about canceling all previously scheduled Australian tour dates:
"Due to circumstances beyond Sirenia's control the Australia tour with Paradise Lost has been canceled. We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused and hope to be back at a later occasion."
Just Say Rock productions also issued the following statement about the cancellation:
"Regrettably, Just Say Rock Productions has had to announce the cancellation of the Paradise Lost and Sirenia tour to Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane for April 2010. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused to ticket holders. For a full refund of your ticket, please take it back to your point of purchase."
Greek metal band Sorrowful Angels has announced the following tour dates:
26.02.2010 - Jasmin Club, Athens, Greece
10.04.2010 - Principal Club Theater, Thessaloniki, Greece - Supporting KATATONIA/SIRENIA
11.04.2010 - Gagarin 205, Athens, Greece - Supporting KATATONIA/SIRENIA
19.06.2010 - Darkest Summers Night II, Kastro Chalkidas, Chalkida
31.07.2010 - MetaLmorphosiS Festival 2010, Nicosia, Cyprus
Norwegian gothic metallers Sirenia have announced they will perform at the “kRock u Maibutnye" festival, which takes place on May 21st and 22nd in Kherson, Ukraine. Sirenia also have the following upcoming tour dates:
2/28 2010 Circo Volador Mexico City, Mexico
3/2 2010 Teatro Metro Bogotá, Colombia
3/3 2010 Teatro Matacandelas Medellin, Colombia
3/5 2010 Superrock Buenos Aires, Argentina
3/6 2010 Carioca Club São Paulo, Brazil
3/7 2010 Club Recreativo Caxiense Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
4/24 2010 Hi Fi Brisbane Brisbane, Australia
4/26 2010 Metro Theatre Sydney, Australia
4/27 2010 Billboard The Venue Melbourne, Australia
5/21 2010 Festival “kRock u Maibutnye” Kherson, Ukraine
Norwegian gothic metallers Sirenia have announced that their previously scheduled Australian February tour dates have been postponed. The dates have already been rescheduled and will be occuring as follows:
Brisbane Saturday 24th April Hi Fi
Sydney on Monday 26th April Metro Theatre
Melbourne on Tuesday 27th April Billboard The Venue
Melbourne’s Ne Obliviscaris are still in the studio working on their debut album, but to make the wait a little bit easier they’ve just uploaded a new recording video. Like their last one, it covers some of the bass guitar recording and gives you some hints as to what to expect on the album. You can view the latest video below.
The band has recently finished recording all of the guitars, with the vocals and violin still to come.
In other band news, Ne Obliviscaris scored the support slot for next years Paradise Lost tour and will be their first live show since July. You catch the band at the following shows:
5th Feb 2010
Paradise Lost @ Billboard, Melbourne
w/ Sirenia and Ne Obliviscaris
Tickets available from justsayrock.com.au.
8th Feb 2010
Paradise Lost @ The Hifi, Brisbane
w/ Sirenia and Ne Obliviscaris
Tickets from justsayrock.com.au.
Sirenia has announced the following South American tour dates:
28/2 - México - México Df - Hard Rock live
02/3 - Colombia - Bogotá - teatro metro
03/3 - Colombia - Medellin - teatro matacandelas
05/3 - Argentina - Buenos Aires - Superrock
06/3 - Brazil - São Paulo - Carioca Club
07/3 - Tba (South America show)
U.K. gothic metallers Paradise Lost have announced a string of upcoming tour dates in Australia, with support coming from female fronted metal act Sirenia. The currently confirmed dates are as follows:
2/05 - Melbourne, AUS - Billboard
2/06 - Sydney, AUS - Metro Theatre
2/08 - Brisbane, AUS - Hi-Fi
Metalunderground.com is proud to sponsor this weekend's Femme Metal Festival, a new UK festival that showcases female fronted metal/rock/gothic music. The festival is held in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and Cancer Research UK. This year's event is the first of what is to be an annual festival.
The festival is a two-day event, taking place on November 7th and 8th at different venues in Birmingham and London, respectively, and features some excellent female fronted and all female bands in metal, including up and comers Delain, Sirenia, hAND, Soulgrind, Winter In Eden, and more. Here are the details and respective line-ups:
November 7th at The Asylum in Birmingham
38-43 Hampton Street,
Tel: 0121 233 1109
Winter In Eden (replacing Godyva)
November 8th at The Peel in Kingston, London:
160 CAMBRIDGE ROAD, KINGSTON,
SURREY KT1 3HH
TEL- 0208 546 3516
Tickets are available only from the Femme Metal Store. Price per ticket per day is £12.50 + 50p for recorded delivery.
In the weeks leading up to the festival, Beth, our dedicated U.K. correspondent, has been interviewing the bands on the roster. You can check out our extensive coverage here and expect more interviews and coverage from the Saturday show as well.
Leaves' Eyes will be embarking on the "Beauty and the Beast" tour in November alongside Atrocity, Elis, Stream of Passion, and Sirenia. Leaves' Eyes issued the following statement about the tour:
"The preparations for the Beauty and the Beast Tour are in full swing and we all are looking forward to finally start the tour. It will be very exciting for us to perform the vehemence and energy of the new songs from 'Njord' for the very first time. These songs are fun to play and demand full concentration and power from the whole band. Some songs are real beasts according to the title for this tour, haha. Of course there will be well known songs in the set list such as 'Farewell Proud Men' but we also want to focus on the 'Njord' songs. Our premiere for the new show will be in a few days, on the 31.11.2009 in Triora/Italy! ELIS are old friends of us and together with SIRENIA and STREAM OF PASSION, people can expect an opulent spectacle with this tour package. Let the games begin!"
Atrocity also commented on the upcoming tour: "We are all looking forward to this tour, which is a great opportunity to see us performing a pure WERK 80 show. Of course there's dancers and we will be playing songs from both WERK 80 albums! It's a real pity that Alla cannot be with us and we all wish her the best to recover as soon as possible! We also gonna meet many friends on this very interesting, international Festival package! How often do you have the opportunity to watch LEAVES' EYES, ATROCITY, SIRENIA, ELIS and STREAM OF PASSION live on stage in one single night? So don't miss this BEAUTY & THE BEAST festival, see you on tour hopefully soon!"
The currently confirmed dates for the tour are as follows: More...
Due to a huge demand to move the second day of the Femme Metal Festival to a more accessible location, it is now going to be held in The Peel in Kingston, London on Sunday, November 8, 2009 (same date and line-up, new venue). The venue is smaller than the previous one, but given the location makes it much more accessible. You can find out more about the venue on their website.
The line up for this day still remains as:
The line-up for Saturday, November 7th at The Asylum in Birmingham remains as:
Sirenia has issued the following announcement about recruiting Roland Navratil on drums for their upcoming tour dates:
"As Jonathan became a father recently, he has decided to take some time off with his family. So for the Beauty and the Beast tour in November Roland Navratil from Dignity will step in as a session drummer. It is not the first time we work with Roland, as he also replaced Jonathan on our European tour back in 2004/2005. We are looking forward to work with him again, and we would like to wish Jonathan the best of luck and some great time with his family."
Sirenia's upcoming tour dates are as follows: More...
Leaves' Eyes has issued the following update about a venue change at the Leipzig stop of their "Beauty and the Beast" tour:
"Attention, there’s a small change regarding the venue in Leipzig, the new location is HELLRAISER! So here’s the billing and venues once again: BEAUTY & THE BEAST Festival Tour 2009. Special guests: ATROCITY (Werk 80 Show), SIRENIA, ELIS, STREAM OF PASSION."
13.11.2009 DE – Lichtenfels, Stadthalle
14.11.2009 NL – Sneek, Bolwerk
15.11.2009 LUX – Esch, Rockhal
16.11.2009 CH – Pratteln, Z7
17.11.2009 DE – Essen, Turock
18.11.2009 NL – Zandaam, DeKade
19.11.2009 NL – Dordrecht, Bibelot
20.11.2009 BE – Vosselaar, Biebob
21.11.2009 DE – Leipzig, Hellraiser
22.11.2009 F – Strasbourg, La Laiterie
23.11.2009 F – Paris, Le Glaz'Art
24.11.2009 DE – Köln, LMH
25.11.2009 DE – Berlin, K17
26.11.2009 DE – München, Backstage
27.11.2009 HU – Budapest, Diesel
28.11.2009 CZ – Zlin, Novesta / Winter Masters of Rock Festival
Rock the Nation announces the first run of the new festival tour series called Beauty and the Beast Festival, featuring Leaves' Eyes, Atrocity, Sirenia, Elis and Stream of Passion. Tour dates are as follows:
Nov. 13 Lichtenfels, DE - Stadthalle
Nov. 14 Sneek, NL - Bolwerk
Nov. 15 Esch, LUX - Rockhal
Nov. 16 Pratteln, CH - Z7
Nov. 17 Essen, DE - Turock
Nov. 18 Zandaam, NL - DeKade
Nov. 19 Dordrecht, NL - Bibelot
Nov. 20 Vosselaar, BE - Biebob
Nov. 21 Leipzig, DE - Paincastle
Nov. 22 Strasbourg, F - La Laiterie
Nov. 23 Paris, F - Le Glaz'Art
Nov. 24 Köln, DE - LMH
Nov. 25 Berlin, DE - K17
Nov. 26 München, DE - Backstage
Nov. 27 Budapest, HU - Diesel
Nov. 28 Zlin, CZ - Novesta (Winter Masters of Rock Festival)
Leaves' Eyes latest EP, "My Destiny," has already been released in Europe and Canada and is set for a September 22nd release in the U.S.
Romania's forthcoming metal festival, Rock City Open Air, appears to have either cancelled or postponed. A message from black metal legends Mayhem reads as follows:
"Unfortunately, Mayhem will not perform in Romania next week as the whole festival has been canceled (or apparently postponed). We are deeply sorry for the fans who wanted to see us performing there. This is of course totally out of our control.
"A statement regarding the reason of the cancellation should be posted on the festival's MySpace page soon."
This news come after the recent news that Immortal, Blood Red Throne, Macbeth and Trail Of Tears have all pulled out of the event. The festival was scheduled to be held from August 20-23rd in Fetesti, Romania.
Sirenia has issued the following statement about canceling their appearance at the Metal Female Voices Festival:
"Due to irregulations done in the booking procedure of the show at Metal Female Voices Fest, Sirenia's show at this specific festival will be canceled. The band itself has nothing to do with this mishap, and we sadly regret this inconvenience for all our fans. We are determined to make this up to you with one or more shows in the same region at some later point. We will keep you posted!"
Global Promotions has issued the following announcement about Sirenia co-headlining the Kherson Festival:
"We are happy announce that SIRENIA will play in Ukraine again! This will happen in Kherson, on 'Krok u Maibutne' free festival!
"SIRENIA will play as co-headliner of first festival day before SWEET!
"Everyone is welcome to see this great band form Norway! Festival is free price for everyone! So, we are waiting for you on 28-th August 2009 in Kherson!"
A video greeting from Sirenia can also be viewed below. More...
A video was just posted by Sirenia where Ailyn, the band's new frontwoman, discusses being a part of Sirenia and how she feels about the new album. You can watch the video below. More...
Norwegian/Spanish gothic metal band Sirenia has just issued the following behind-the-scenes video of "The Path to Decay," which is their latest single, with commentary by the band and the director, Patric Ullaeus. The video is shown below. More...