Tag: Leaves Eyes

Jun 01

Thorsten Bauer of Leaves Eyes discussed new Atrocity & Leaves Eyes albums.

Leaves Eyes returned to the USA for a second tour less than a year after their successful run with Sonata Arctica last November/December. This time around they came on a tour along with Battle Beast and supporting Sabaton. This time around they had the chance to play at bigger venues before a larger and more diverse …

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Dec 16

Elina & Alex of Leaves Eyes discussed touring and Fires In The North.

After two years of absence from the North American stages, Leaves Eyes returns as part of a tour supporting Sonata Arctica. Their visit also marks a new era in the band’s history as it presented us with their new vocalist Elina Siirala who joined the band early this year, besides Elina, Leaves Eyes also brought with …

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Apr 04

SONATA ARCTICA ANNOUNCE FALL TOUR WITH LEAVES’ EYES AND OMNIUM GATHERUM!

Finnish melodic metal quintet SONATA ARCTICA has started to work on the follow-up album to the successful Pariah’s Child record. To top off the already great news, the band has announced they will return this fall for a 33-date headlining tour of North America. The kick-off show is slated for November 6th at The Fillmore in Charlotte, NC. Supporting …

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Sep 14

Leaves Eyes – King Of Kings (2015)

Leaves Eyes keeps refining their sound and delivering not only heavy melodies, but lyrically and visually they reinforce the image of what symphonic folk metal should sound and look like, a lot of classical arrangements, heavy riffs, storytelling lyrics that bring historical events back to life that extend our enlightenment about the norse culture. Use Facebook …

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Aug 13

Liv Kristine of Leaves Eyes discussed the new album King Of Kings.

Leaves Eyes has become a reckoning force within the symphonic/folk metal genre, and this year they are releasing their 6th studio album titled King Of Kings. The concept of the album is based on the story of ‘Harald Fairhair’ the first king of Norway, and the different sagas that tell the story of how he consolidated …

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Feb 11

Liv Kristine of Leaves Eyes talks with The Age Of Metal

Allow me to preface this review with letting all of you know, I was exhausted. Like, could have fallen asleep with zero issues at most shows type exhausted. Fortunately for me, this was not a typical show. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Dec 20

Miguel’s Top 20 Albums of 2013

Every year becomes more difficult to pick the best albums at the end of the year, some are better than others, some are just fantastic, and some are good, but for one reason or another they don’t make the list at the end. This year was a roller-coaster of great bands releasing great records, I …

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Nov 30

Leaves’ Eyes – Symphonies Of The Night (2013)

A Symphonies Of The Night kicks off with beautiful, enchanting music and vocals. After a few seconds it kicks off into a heavier sound which seems to draw more influence than previous albums. I have once album by Leaves Eyes that I went to sleep to every night….Symphonies of the Night is not that album. The …

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Nov 15

Alex Krull of Leaves Eyes/Atrocity talked to The Age Of Metal at Metal Female Voices Fest XI

German folk metal pioneers Leaves Eyes are about to unleash their 5th studio album titled Symphonies Of The Night via Napalm Records this November 26th in US. (November 15th in Europe). Leaves Eyes goes back to their roots on this record, which can only be categorized as heavenly epic. Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Nov 07

Metal Female Voices Fest XI review. Wieze, Belgium (11/19-21/13)

I asked myself these questions…. A trip to Europe and specifically Belgium in October?, A chance to hook up with friends I’ve made online over the years, Getting to cover a music festival as both a reporter and photographer?, A music festival billed with nothing but female fronted bands? To these questions and more, I …

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Dec 21

Miguel’s Top 15 albums of 2011

# 15  Nemesea – The Quiet Resistance Nemesea’s third full length album was a surprise for me, the band had change so much and the level of their music has grown so much as well, and I am very happy for that. The Quiet Resistance is full of new directions and influences, that can be …

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