Sirrah (band)

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Origin Opole, Poland
Genres Progressive metal
Gothic metal
Avant-garde metal
Symphonic metal (early works)
Industrial metal (later works)
Dark metal (later works)
Years active 1992–1999, 2013-present
Labels Melissa Productions, Music for Nations, Metal Mind Productions, Pony Canyon
Associated acts theMANcalledTEA

Sirrah (also spelled SIRRAH, or SIЯRAH, as on their logo) is a progressive gothic metal band from Southwestern Poland. They formed in 1992, released two albums, and disbanded in 1999 due to financial issues. Their music includes elements from death metal, doom metal, and later industrial metal. After their break up, Tom (vocals), Matt (death vocals, guitar), and Chris (keyboards) went on to form a progressive/avant-garde Industrial metal band called The Man Called TEA.[1] The band reunited in 2013 and immediately began recording new material, releasing a downloadable single on their new website.[2]


Current line-up[edit]

  • Roman Bereźnicki - bass guitar, vocals
  • Michał Bereźnicki - drums
  • Paweł Nafus - guitars
  • Roger Trela - guitars
  • Krzysztof Passowicz - keyboards
  • Magdalena Brudzińska - violin, vocals
  • Tomo Żyżyk - vocals

Past members[edit]

  • Sławomir Lisiecki - bass guitar
  • Christopher - bass guitar
  • Bartosz "Bart" Rojewski - drums
  • Maciej "Matt" Pasiński - guitars
  • Bai'Sahr - guitars
  • Maggie - vocals



Title Album details Peak chart positions
  • Released: September 9, 1996
  • Label: Metal Mind, Music for Nations, Pony Canyon
  • Formats: CS, CD
Did Tomorrow Come...
  • Released: May 28, 1997
  • Label: Metal Mind, Music for Nations, Pony Canyon
  • Formats: CS, CD
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.


Title EP details
The Stories of Defeats
  • Released: 1997
  • Label: Metal Mind
  • Formats: CS, CD


  1. ^ "Wywiad: The Man Called TEA". 2001-04-20. Retrieved 2015-02-19. 
  2. ^ "Sirrah | Reunion". 2013-11-23. Retrieved 2015-02-19. 
  3. ^ "Musiikkituottajat - Tilastot - Suomen virallinen lista - Albumit". Retrieved 2015-02-19. 

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