Sirenian Shores

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Sirenian Shores
Sirenian Shores.jpg
Cover art by Joachim Luetke
EP by Sirenia
Released 11 October 2004
Recorded Stargoth Studios, Tau, Norway
Sound Suite Studio, Marseille, France
Genre Gothic metal
Length 21:43
Label Napalm
Producer Terje Refsnes, Morten Veland
Sirenia chronology
An Elixir for Existence
(2004)An Elixir for Existence2004
Sirenian Shores
(EP, 2004)
Nine Destinies and a Downfall
(2007)Nine Destinies and a Downfall2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Metal Storm (6.6/10)[1]

Sirenian Shores is an EP by the Norwegian gothic metal band Sirenia.[2] It includes a remix of "Save Me from Myself" (from the second album An Elixir for Existence), an acoustic version of "Meridian" (from the first album At Sixes and Sevens), and three new songs: "Sirenian Shores", "Obire Mortem" and a cover of Leonard Cohen's "First We Take Manhattan". The EP was released on 11 October 2004 by Napalm Records.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Sirenian Shores" Morten Veland Veland 6:01
2. "Save Me from Myself" (remix) Veland Veland 5:05
3. "Meridian" (acoustic) Veland Veland 4:05
4. "First We Take Manhattan" (Leonard Cohen cover) Leonard Cohen Veland 3:56
5. "Obire Mortem" (Meeting Death) Instrumental Veland 2:22
Total length: 21:43


  • Morten Veland – all instruments, harsh vocals
  • Henriette Bordvik – female vocals
  • Fabienne Gondamin - female vocals on track 3
  • Emmanuelle Zoldan - female vocals on track 4
  • Kristian Gundersen – clean male vocals
  • Damien Surian, Emilie Lesbros, Johanna Giraud, Sandrine Gouttebel, Emmanuelle Zoldan, Hubert Piazzola, Mathieu Landry - choir


  1. ^ a b Sacconi, Viggo (28 August 2009). "Sirenia - Sirenian Shores review". Metal Storm. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  2. ^ "Sirenia - Sirenian Shores". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Retrieved 2011-10-13.