Artist info

Genre

Metal


Sounds like

Coheed and Cambria, Thrice, Fightstar, Karnivool


band members

Angelo Fontanini Ben Towie Jacob Miszkiewicz Joel Baeli


Influences

Opeth, Dance Gavin Dance, Protest the Hero, Between the Buried and Me, Periphery, August Burns Red, Alexisonfire


Unearthed artists we like

Fifth Dawn, gombo, Occasional Symmetry


Bio

St James Sirens. Heavy but not too scary. Melodic but not too operatic. Quirky but not too circus- like, well maybe a few clowns have been let loose but they’re harmless really …maybe, hopefully! Just like Goldilocks finally found the right meal for herself, the porridge that these boys are serving up is mighty tasty and could just be the one for you! (not restricted to breakfast, listening encouraged at all times of day)

St James Sirens jumped into the Perth live scene in late 2014 and also released their first offering, “Edge of Reason” at this time. Their next dish was “Fighting for Air,” served up in late 2015 with the animated video clip for their track; “Enigma at Heart.” Through these releases and other hard work, they rose up to play great venues such as The Rosemount and Amplifier multiple times meeting some great bands along the way.

Their latest release “Fallen Empires” is now available and is the one to check out. It was recorded and produced by Vas Shetsov of Hailmary, mixed by Jeff Tomei (Smashing Pumpkins, Skid Row) and mastered by King Willy Sound. (Gotye, The Living End) The end result is a well polished beast and showcases what they are all about; a progressive approach, big riffs and beats with a few quirky numbers in there to keep things honest. The four lads can’t wait to get out and play tracks from this release. St James Sirens will be tearing up stages in 2017 with a music video in the works and plans for another release.

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All releases available on all major online sources.