LEAVES' EYES/ex-THEATRE OF TRAGEDY frontwoman Liv Kristine will perform at the German soccer game VfB Stuttgart vs. Werder Bremen on February 8 at the Gottlieb Daimler stadium.As previously reported, the cover artwork for Kristine's upcoming sophomore solo album, "Enter My Religion", has been posted online at this location. The much-anticipated follow-up to 1998's "Deus ex Machina" is scheduled for release on March 3 via Roadrunner Records. A single, "Fake a Smile", which is scheduled for release on January 27, will include four non-album tracks and the video for "Fake a Smile". "Enter My Religion" was produced by Alexander Krull (ATROCITY, LEAVES' EYES) at Mastersound Studio in Stuttgart/Fellbach, Germany. The album artwork was handled by Meran Karanitant. The video for "Fake a Smile", has been posted online at RoadrunnerRecords.de. Check it out: Small (13 MB), Large (28 MB). The clip was produced by AVA Studios (who has previously worked with SARAH CONNOR and JEANNETTE) and was directed by Alexander Diezinger. Several photos from the "Fake a Smile" video shoot (which took place on Nov. 19) have been posted online at this location.
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