Nell Sigland with Theatre of Tragedy at Teatro Teletón, Santiago, Chile.
|Birth name||Ragnhild Westgaard Sigland|
|Also known as||Nell Sigland|
November 13, 1976 |
|Genres||Classical, Jazz, Gothic Rock, Gothic Metal|
|Occupations||Singer, Vocal Coach|
|Years active||1996 – present|
|Labels||AFM Records, Season of Mist|
|Associated acts||The Crest, Theatre of Tragedy, Gothminister, Dark Tranquility|
Ragnhild Westgaard Sigland (born November 13, 1976), or mostly known by her stage name Nell Sigland, is a Norwegian singer from Hamar, best known as the lead vocalist of Norwegian Gothic metal band Theatre of Tragedy as a replacement for Liv Kristine, from June 3, 2004 to October 2, 2010. She was also the lead singer for Norwegian Gothic rock band The Crest, which was founded by her husband Kristian Sigland, and herself as the co-founder.
- Straightjacket Singalongs (1998)
- Childhood's End/Thorn (1999)
- Thunderfuel (1999)
- Dark Rock Armada (2000)
Theatre of Tragedy
- Addenda (2010)
- Last Curtain Call (2011) (also live album)
- Gothminister – Gothic Electronic Anthems (2003) – Vocals in the songs "Hatred" and "Wish".
- Gothminister – Happiness In Darkness (2008) – Vocals in the songs "Your Saviour", "The Allmighty" and "Emperor".
- "Co-Vocals in song "The Mundane and the Magic" from Fiction (2007)/Where Death Is Most Alive DVD (2009) and in the song "Insanity's Crescendo" also on the aforementioned DVD, both with Dark Tranquillity.
- Alight – Don't Fear The Revenge (2009) – Vocals in the song "Your Bride".
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