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Leaves’ Eyes – The Dome, London – 28th April 2018

Almanac were up first. They’re slightly unusual in that while having one male vocalist and one female vocalist isn’t that strange these days, the way they work is. Rather than having separate vocal parts, with the male vocals doing one part and female vocals another part, for most of the …

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Almanac + MaYan to play London show with Leaves’ Eyes!

Almanac + MaYan to play London show with Leaves’ Eyes as part of European tour!   Dutch symphonic metallers MaYan are about to start the recording process for their 3rd, as yet untitled full-length album which is due in late 2018.  But before their fans are able to enjoy the …

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Leaves Eyes – Sign of the Dragonhead

One thing I’m never keen on is comparing a band’s current singer to previous singers, but it’s something that a lot of music fans seem to be obsessed by, and with this being the first full Leaves Eyes album since the departure of long time singer Liv Kristine, then fans …

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MFVF 2016 – Saturday

An early start means it’s always a struggle to get up and out for the first full day of MFVF, but it’s one of those festivals where you don’t want to miss a band even if you haven’t heard many of the bands before as I’ve never left disappointed. Evig …

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Metal Female Voices Festival XIII – Newest additions added!

Metal Female Voices Festival is shaping up to be quite the treat for its 13th installment! Headliners are confirmed to be Leaves Eyes; bringing their special Viking Ship show and Tarja.  Also confirmed are; MaYaN, Liv Kristine (Theatre of Tragedy Show), Kontrust, Battlelore, Mercy Isle, Crescent Lament, Whyzdom, Savn, Blackthorn, …

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Leave’s Eyes – Islington academy, London – 10th November 2015

The opening act of the night was local band Enkelination.  They haven’t been playing many gigs this year as they are currently focussing on working on their second album, but tonight is a rare show for them, and judging by the number of EnkElination T-shirts being worn by people in …

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Diabulus In Musica Touring Europe With Leaves’ Eyes This Autumn

Diabulus In Musica Touring Europe With Leaves’ Eyes This Autumn DIABULUS IN MUSICA, the Spanish masters of Symphonic Metal have just announced that they will support Leaves’ Eyes on their upcoming tour through Europe! The fantastic female vocalist Zuberoa Aznárez and her band members masterfully combine heavy metal riffs, with …

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Metal Female Voices Fest 2014 – Saturday

Today was the first full day of the festival.  Having sorted out wristbands etc on the Friday, we were able to skip the queue at the box office and head straight into the venue on arrival. The first act of the day was Dutch band La Ventura.  I’d seen them …

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Dames of Darkness announce 2015 lineup

Dames of Darkness festival have just announced their lineup for next year.  Additionally they’ve taken the step of moving from a one day event to a 2 day event, meaning more bands and more partying.  As with recent years, the lineup features a mix of British and European bands, and …

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LIV KRISTINE unveils album preview

The exceptional singer LIV KRISTINE, (LEAVES ‘EYES and ex-THEATRE OF TRAGEDY frontwoman), is set to release her brand new solo album Vervain on October, 27th in the UK & November, 4th US/CAN via Napalm Records. Her fifth solo masterpiece promises a lot of intricate melodies, haunting song structures and of …

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Liv Kristine to release new solo album

Liv Kristine Vervain artwork

Leaves’ Eyes and Theatre of Tragedy vocalist Liv Kristine is to release her fifth solo album, ‘Vervain’, via Napalm Records on October 27 in the UK As previously announced, Kristine is also teaming up with Kari Ruslåtten and Anneke van Giersbergen for a tour branded ‘The Sirens’ takes place in …

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Alexander Krull, Atrocity interview

I spoke to Alexander Krull, lead singer of Atrocity and member of Leaves Eyes just after the bands had completed sound checking before their gig at the Basement in Rock City, Nottingham.  Listen to what he had to say about touring, the current album, and more….        

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Leaves Eyes, Atrocity & Pythia – Rock City, Nottingham – 16th January 2014

@Planetmosh reviews @AtrocityPage @Pythia_Tweets and @Leaves_Eyes Nottingham gig. Tonight was a gig I’d been looking forward to since the tour was first announced. I’ve seen Leaves Eyes and Pythia plenty of times and like both bands, but having never seen Atrocity before then they were the most exciting part of …

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Liv Kristine, Leaves Eyes interview, October 2013

Liv Kristine, Leaves Eyes interview, October 2013

I recently spoke to Liv Kristine, Lead singer with Leaves Eyes to talk about the band’s forthcoming album, Symphonies of the night, and their UK and European tour with Atrocity planned for early next year.. Listen to what she had to say using the player below..      

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Firewind + Leaves’ Eyes @ The Limelight, Belfast – Sunday September 16th 2012

What is the collective noun for a group of guitarists? In this case, may we proffer forth the description ‘an audience’ – as nearly every other person assembled for this Belfast stop-off on Firewind’s ten date UK and Ireland tour appeared to be a six-string slinger from one local metal …

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Interview with Liv Kristine of Leaves’ Eyes – Belfast, September 16th 2012

Many countries jealously guard their culture and heritage – but when a band such as Leaves’ Eyes openly defy national boundaries, not only in terms of their membership but also in their lyrical inspiration, cultural identity becomes secondary to the new cultural infusion of symphonic heavy metal which draws its …

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LIV KRISTINE “Libertine”

Best known these days as front woman for symphonic metal band Leaves Eyes , Liv occasionally veers off the Metal beaten path and does her own thing. “Libertine” represents her fourth solo effort, and sits quite happily in the Pop Rock camp. The album manages to encompass a fairly broad …

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