|Birth name||Sandra Carola Schleret|
26 June 1976 |
|Genres||Progressive metal, Gothic metal, symphonic metal|
|Years active||1994-2011 (inactive )|
|Associated acts||Dreams of Sanity, Siegfried, Soulslide, Eyes of Eden, Elis, Serenity, Beto Vázquez Infinity|
Sandra Carola Schleret (born June 26, 1976), is the lead singer of the German band Siegfried and the former singer of Elis after Sabine Dünser's death. She was the lead singer of now disbanded Austrian band Dreams of Sanity.
With Dreams of Sanity (1994-2002)
In 1994, Sandra and Martina Hornbacher replaced the former vocalists and released their first Demo Tape with Dreams of Sanity in May that same year.
In January 1997, they have released their first album "Komödia" featuring the female duo. Not long after the release, 1997, Dreams of Sanity split from Martina for musical and personal differences and after a lot of vocal-auditions, they decided not to fill Martina's place, leaving Sandra with a female leading role.
The band went onwards making their second album "Masquerade", released in 1999, with Sandra as the lead vocalist, excluding the track "The Phantom of the Opera" which featured Tilo Wolff of Lacrimosa, and "The Game" in 2000.
After "The Game" was released, the band went through some unstable times in which some line-up changes were made and even though work on the following album began. The band disbanded in July 2002.
She has also collaborated with composers such as Waldemar Sorychta. and with bands like Samael in their 2004 album Reign of Light on the track. Serenity on the album Fallen Sanctuary on a track called "Fairytales" in 2008, studio and live. She as well worked with Beto Vazquez Infinity on the album Darkmind on the track called "Sleeping in the Shadows" in 2009.
With Dreams of Sanity
- Demo (1994)
- Ein Liebeslied (Demo, 1996)
- Komödia (1997)
- Masquerade (1999)
- The Game (2000)
- Fafnir demo (2000)
- Drachenherz (2001)
- Eisenwinter (2003)
- Nibelung (2009)
- Dreamshade (Demo, 2003)
- Lost in You (Demo, 2004)
- Show Me the Way (single, 2007)
- Catharsis (2009)
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