Forever Slave

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Forever Slave
Origin Valencia, Spain
Genres Symphonic metal, Gothic metal
Years active 2000–present
Labels Wacken Records, SPV GmbH, Armageddon Music
Website Official website
Members Lady Angellyca

Forever Slave is a Spanish gothic metal band, founded by Servalath (Sergio) and vocalist Lady Angellyca in 2000.

They recorded two demos, "Hate" and "Schwarzer Engel", in 2000 and 2001 respectively, returning with another demo in 2004, "Resurrection".

In September 2005 they released their first full-length album, Alice's Inferno, produced by Lars Ratz and released by Armageddon Music. The group released a second album, Tales for Bad Girls, in April 2008. They are currently working on a follow up[1]


Forever Slave was founded in 2000 by Sergio and Lady Angellyca. After three demos, "Hate" (2000), "Schwarzer Engel" (2001) and "Resurrection" (2003), the band recorded their first album Alice's Inferno (2005) with Armageddon Music (Germany), with production by Lars Ratz.

This album reached the top 9 in metal French Underclass sales, the top 27 in Tipo's Sales (Spain), and was album of the Month in Metal Hammer (Spain).

In 2005, Lady Angellyca was a candidate vocalist for Nightwish[2] after the removal of their singer Tarja Turunen. The position was later given to Anette Olzon, who left the band in 2012.

Forever Slave has appeared on the bill of various festivals including Wacken Open Air Fest (Germany), Metal Female Voices Fest (Belgium), and The Rock Stars Festival in Madrid.

Forever Slave released their second album Tales for Bad Girls in 2008 which was subsequently promoted with a European tour alongside Kamelot and Firewind.[3]

Since October 2009, Forever Slave have been working on various other projects as well as writing content for a follow up to their 2008 release which was expected to be completed in 2013, but as of April, 2016, nothing has been released. Only one comment has been released on Facebook since 2013, which implied that we might wait a long time for the new album.


DVD Appearances:

  • Live at Wacken 2006 (2006) - Tristeza
  • Metal Tube Vol. 1 (2007) - Tristeza (live performance)


  • Lady Angellyca – Vocals
  • Sergio Valath (aka Servalath) - Guitars and bass
  • Lady Darkness - Keyboards and synthesizers


  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  2. ^ [2][dead link]
  3. ^ "Kamelot magazine cover". Retrieved 2013-10-15. 
  4. ^ Forever Slave. "Forever Slave | Discography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2013-10-15. 

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