LEAVES' EYES, the German/Norwegian band formed by ex-THEATRE OF TRAGEDY singer Liv Kristine Espenaes Krull and members of ATROCITY (who are fronted by Liv's husband Alexander Krull), have posted the following message on their official web site:"On their European tour LEAVES' EYES and ATROCITY had a very stormy 'welcome' at their gig in Glasgow! While a big thunderstorm was going on, the support band ELIS had to stop their show because of a lightning strike! At the same time a water pipe broke on the roof of the concert hall. Water was floating into the whole venue and the concert was nearly cancelled. After the promoters took control of the situation again, the concert for ATROCITY and LEAVES' EYES could continue! The bands want to thank the audience and the promoters for making the concert such a great event after all!" LEAVES' EYES will release a new EP, entitled "Legend Land", in Europe on June 2 and in North American on July 28 via Napalm Records.
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