Dark Sarah

Dark Sarah discography, background information and more on Metal Goddesses.

Dark Sarah is a Finnish cinematic metal band created by Heidi Parviainen, after her departure from Finnish metal band Amberian Dawn in 2012. When writing her first lyrics for the song Save Me, which is about a character named Sarah, who gets left at the altar by her fiancé, and runs off into the woods in tears, she eventually decided to make a concept album which would be about the dark side of Sarah. Their third album “The Golden Moth” closing the conceptual trilogy is about to be released in 2018. Dark Sarah´s albums feature many guests such as Charlotte Wessels, Marco Hietala, Zuberoa Aznárez, Manuela Kraller, Inga Scharf and others in the roles of unique characters accompanying Sarah on her journey.

Current members

  • Heidi Parviainen — vocals (2012–present)
  • Sami Salonen — guitars (2014–present)
  • Erkka Korhonen — guitars (2014–present)
  • Thomas Tunkkari — drums (2015–present)
  • Rude Rothstén — bass guitars (2014–present)
  • Juha-Pekka Leppäluoto — vocals (2017–present)

Former members

  • Jukka Koskinnen — bass guitar (2014)
  • Lauri Kussaloit — drums (2014–2015)

Session musicians

– Behind the Black Veil:

  • Kasperi Heikkinen (guitars on Save Me and Poison Apple)
  • Manuela Kraller (as the character Fate on Memories Fall)
  • Inga Scharf (as the character Queen of No Good on Evil Roots)
  • Van Canto (backing vocals on Evil Roots)
  • Tuomas Nieminen (backing vocals on Silver Tree and Light In You)
  • Tony Kakko (as the character The Moon on Light In You)

– The Puzzle:

  • Juha-Pekka Leppäluoto (as the character The Dragon on Dance With The Dragon)
  • Charlotte Wessels (as the character Evil Siren Mermaid on Aquarium)
  • Manuela Kraller (as the character Fate on Rain)

– The Golden Moth:

  • Zuberoa Aznárez (as the character Iron Mask)
  • Marco Hietala (as the character White Beard)
  • Netta Skog (as the character Fortune Teller)


Studio albums

  • Behind the Black Veil (2015)
  • The Puzzle (2016)
  • The Golden Moth (2018)

Extended plays

  • Violent Roses (2014)

Source: Wikipedia

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