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Leaves´ Eyes


Symphonic Metal, Gothic metal


2003, Ludwigsburg, Baden-Württemberg

Současný label:

Napalm Records


Liv Kristine Espenćs Krull - Vocals (2003-) (Theatre of Tragedy, Atrocity (Deu))
Alexander Krull - Vocals, Keyboards, Programming (2003-) (Atrocity (Deu), Liv Kristine)
Sander van der Meer - Guitars (2010-) (Atrocity (Deu), Compos Mentis (Nld), Cypher, Strych.Nine)
Thorsten Bauer - Guitars (2003-) (Bass on "Njord") (Atrocity (Deu), Liv Kristine)
Roland Navratil - Drums (2010-) (Edenbridge, Sirenia, Atrocity (Deu), Dignity)
JB van de Wal - session Bass (Dr Doom, Seizure (Nld), Departure, Aborted)


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Leaves´ Eyes




neuvedeno, 2011



Leaves' Eyes is a symphonic gothic metal band with folk elements from Norway and Germany assembled in 2003, shortly before singer Liv Kristine was fired from Theatre of Tragedy.

Their debut album, Lovelorn, was released in 2004. The second album, Vinland Saga, was released 30th of May 2005, and retells the tale of the discovery of Vinland (i.e. North America) by Leif Erikson. The EP Legend Land was released on June 2, 2006 as a followup to Vinland Saga.

Liv Kristine thought of the band name, which is a homophone for her first name. Leaves is connected to nature, which has always been the biggest inspiration for her. Liv Kristine writes all of the lyrics for the band. [1]

Leaves' Eyes are currently working on their first DVD, which was recorded during a show in Belgium. It will be called We Came with the Northern Winds - En Saga I Belgia and is due February 27, 2009.[2]. They supported Blind Guardian on their North American tour in November 2006.[3] It was released in February 2009. They were scheduled to tour with Kamelot and Fairyland, as well as King Diamond and Kreator in 2008 but the tour has since been cancelled due to King Diamond suffering a serious back injury.

In February 2008, Leaves Eyes were confirmed to appear at the 2008 Wacken Open Air Festival.[4] Njord, Leaves' Eyes' third studio album, is scheduled for a May/June 2009 release.

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