LEAVES' EYES, ATROCITY Offer More Information Regarding Mexican Cancellation

LEAVES' EYES and ATROCITY have released a lengthy and detailed explanation of the events that led to the cancellation of their joint appearances at last weekend's Mandragora's Fest in Mexico. It can be found in the "News/Latest News" section of Atrocity.de.

LEAVES' EYES recently announced that its stage set for the group's upcoming appearance at this year's installment of the Wacken Open Air festival — scheduled to place July 31 - August 2, 2008 in Wacken, Germany — will include the Viking ship designed by the group's tech Leebee. The ship was previously for the band's concert on October 20, 2007 at the Metal Female Voices Fest in Wieze, Belgium. That show was filmed for a DVD, due later in the year.

As previously reported, LEAVES' EYES has been confirmed as the "special guest" at the DORO anniversary show, "25 Years in Rock", at the ISS Dome in Düsseldorf, Germany on December 13, 2008.


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