Serenity

Serenity

Power Metal Progressive Metal Progressive Power Metal Symphonic Metal Austrian
There are several bands with the name Serenity:
1. A Power/Progressive metal band from Austria;
2. A Traditional Doom metal band from the UK.
3. A Gothic Metal band from Romania.
4. A psychedelic folk-rock band formed in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1972 1. Serenity is a progressive power metal band from Austria. They have released two demos - Starseed V.R. and Engraved Within, and have also recorded a tribute to Rage. In 2007 they joined the Austrian metal label Napalm Records which brought their first full-length album Words Untold & Dreams Unlived to life. More Info »

Top Albums

  • Fallen Sanctuary
    Fallen Sanctuary
  • Words Untold & Dreams Unlived
    Words Untold & Dreams Unlived
  • Then Came Silence
    Then Came Silence
  • Engraved Within
    Engraved Within
  • The Passage of Time
    The Passage of Time
  • Reaching for Jesus
    Reaching for Jesus
  • Crossfire
    Crossfire
  • Love on the Run
    Love on the Run
  • Thanking Angels
    Thanking Angels
  • Mystery of the East
    Mystery of the East
  • Awakening
    Awakening
  • Starseed V.R.
    Starseed V.R.

Serenity. Artist Bio

There are several bands with the name Serenity:
1. A Power/Progressive metal band from Austria;
2. A Traditional Doom metal band from the UK.
3. A Gothic Metal band from Romania.
4. A psychedelic folk-rock band formed in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1972

1. Serenity is a progressive power metal band from Austria. They have released two demos - Starseed V.R. and Engraved Within, and have also recorded a tribute to Rage. In 2007 they joined the Austrian metal label Napalm Records which brought their first full-length album Words Untold & Dreams Unlived to life. The band's second full-length album, Fallen Sanctuary, was released on August 29, 2008.

2. Formed in Bradford, England in 1994, traditional doom outfit Serenity recorded their first demo at the local Inner City Studio, featuring three tracks. This was sufficient to land the group a deal with Holy Records through whom they issued their debut album "Then Came Silence" in 1995. A handful of live appearances raised the band's profile and in the summer of 1996 Serenity recorded their second album "Breathing Demons", which proved to be their final release, the band breaking up on the eve of a UK tour. Members of Serenity went on to form Khang and later Lazarus Blackstar.

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