Sarah Jezebel Deva

Sarah Jane Ferridge (born 25 February 1977), better known by her stage name Sarah Jezebel Deva, is an English vocalist.wikipedia
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Angtoria

She was the female soprano vocalist in Cradle of Filth for 14 years and also fronts her own band, Angtoria.
Angtoria was a symphonic metal band composed of British singer Sarah Jezebel Deva and Swedish brothers Chris and Tommy Rehn.

Cradle of Filth

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She was the female soprano vocalist in Cradle of Filth for 14 years and also fronts her own band, Angtoria. Paul Allender and Dani Filth, founders of extreme metal band Cradle of Filth, would later meet Deva through mutual friends.
The EP also marked Sarah Jezebel Deva's debut with the band, replacing Andrea Meyer, Cradle's first female vocalist and self-styled "satanic advisor".

The Corruption of Mercy

Her second album, called The Corruption of Mercy, was released on 27 June 2011 under a new three album record deal with Listenable Records.
The Corruption of Mercy is the second album by Sarah Jezebel Deva was to-be released on June 20, 2011, but was later announced that it would be released on June 27, 2011, due to artwork issues.

A Sign of Sublime

The debut album A Sign of Sublime was released in February 2010.
A Sign of Sublime is the debut solo album of former Cradle of Filth vocalist Sarah Jezebel Deva.

Dusk and Her Embrace

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V Empire or Dark Faerytales in Phallustein

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V Empire is the first recording to feature backing vocalist Sarah Jezebel Deva.

Cruelty and the Beast

The Twisted Nails of Faith
Sarah Jezebel Deva revealed on the band's official messageboards: "[The production is] absolute rubbish. I remember when I first heard it — Dani played it — I walked out with tears in my eyes. I had spent twenty-five hours working in the studio on that album and it sounded like I had my head in a toilet [...] most of my vocals you couldn't hear."

Creation's Tears

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The band's personnel includes former members of established heavy metal acts; Lee Morris ex Paradise Lost and guest female vocalist Sarah Jezebel Deva ex Cradle of Filth.

Godspeed on the Devil's Thunder

The Death of Love
It is also the last album to feature backing vocalist Sarah Jezebel Deva (although she briefly returned for Midnight in the Labyrinth in 2012) and the first to feature drummer Martin Škaroupka, replacing Adrian Erlandsson.

Dani Filth

Paul Allender and Dani Filth, founders of extreme metal band Cradle of Filth, would later meet Deva through mutual friends.

Nexus Polaris

They enlisted guitarist, Astennu (who was playing in Dimmu Borgir at the time with Nagash), keyboardist Sverd (of Arcturus), Sarah Jezebel Deva (of Cradle of Filth and other bands), and Hellhammer (of Mayhem).

Graveworm

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In 1998, the EP Underneath the Crescent Moon was released, featuring Sarah Jezebel Deva (Cradle of Filth, Therion) in the track "Awake...Thy Angels Of Sorrow".

Therion (band)

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Vovin was recorded at Woodhouse Studios; it involved a real string orchestra for the first time, and a "hand picked opera choir" which included Austrian singer Martina Hornbacher, and British vocalist Sarah Jezebel Deva.

The Kovenant

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These people were Astennu (of Dimmu Borgir, Carpe Tenebrum), Sverd (of Arcturus), Sarah Jezebel Deva (of Cradle of Filth and others), and Hellhammer (of Mayhem and others).

Mortiis

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The last album of this era, The Stargate, went a step further by introducing a wider range of instruments including acoustic guitars, flutes and dark vocals; mainly provided by Sarah Jezebel Deva.

The Smell of Rain

This was the first album where Mortiis took the role as lead vocalist, which had previously been filled by Sarah Jezebel Deva.

Midnight in the Labyrinth

Disc One features narration by Dani Filth, plus additional vocals from Sarah Jezebel Deva.

Thornography

Paul Allender later confirmed however that the duet never actually took place, although versions were recorded with both Harry and Sarah Jezebel Deva.