Sirenia: New album details and artwork revealed.

Norwegian/Spanish symphonic gothic metallers SIRENIA will release their new album, "The Seventh Life Path", on April 28 in North America (one day earlier internationally) via Napalm Records. The cover artwork was created by Gyula Havancsák of Hjules Illustration And Design, who told And Justice For Art about the experience: "I got some instructions from the band for the making of this cover artwork. They wanted the character of death standing behind a white dressed woman. My first thought was: How can I show a beautiful girl without face? How can I avoid to show a girl face? Well, I draw a white hood on her face, with crochet part in front of her eyes. This part looks like as a big eye that watches the fate of humans. She pull a life thread, but this one soul is lost. We can see this line (could be silver for example) change to disgusting muddy brown between her fingers...and this thread runs into a hourglass..., it falls down in the sand."

Regarding to the artwork's other symbols, Gyula said that SIRENIA "wanted to see some roots and tree branches on the cover and the scythe that looks as the number 7 and a mountain with a path in the background. The mountain symbolizes life, the top of the mountain is the end of life. The highest point where you can look back your whole life. This is the meaning of the flexous path... The 7 number appears as 7 ravens, 7 snakes, 7 roses on the dried out wreath..."

"The Seventh Life Path" track listing:

01. Seti
02. Serpent
03. Once My Light
04. Elixir
05. Sons Of The North
06. Earendel
07. Concealed Disdain
08. Insania
09. Contemptuous Quitus
10. The Silver Eye
11. Tragedienne
12. Tragica ("Tragedienne" Spanish version; bonus track)