Former THEATRE OF TRAGEDY singer Liv Kristine is currently involved with several projects. In addition to completing work on the debut album from LEAVES' EYES (which also features members of the German band ATROCITY), titled "Lovelorn" (due on May 24, 2004 through Austria's Napalm Records), she has contributed lead vocals to the second INFINITY album, the project of the Argentine musician Beto Vazquez, which will be released in Europe through Drakkar Records/BMG.Liv will also record guest vocals at Mastersound Studio in Fellbach, Germany for two other projects: the rock opera GENIUS "Episode II" together with such names as Eric Martin (ex-MR. BIG), Russell Allen (SYMPHONY X), Jeff Martin (RACER X), Rob Tyrant (LABYRINTH), Mark Boals (ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), Daniel Gildenlöw (PAIN OF SALVATION), and Edu Falaschi (ANGRA), plus a DEAD CAN DANCE tribute sampler with the Italian band HORTUS ANIMAE. Liv will sing the track "Summoning of the Muse" for the latter project.
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