Former THEATRE OF TRAGEDY Singer Bounces Back With LEAVES' EYES
LEAVES' EYES, the new band formed by ex-THEATRE OF TRAGEDY singer Liv Kristine Espenaes Krull and members of the German band ATROCITY (who are fronted by Liv's husband Alexander Krull), have posted a demo clip of the track "Norwegian Lovesong" at this location.
The music of LEAVES' EYES is "based on the wonderful voice of Liv and beautiful melodic arrangements," according to a post on the group's newly launched web site. "The atmospheric songs are based on a lyrical concept in which a fascinating and mystical love story is told."
LEAVES' EYES recently spent time at Alex's Mastersound studios in Stuttgart/Fellbach, Germany recording their first original songs, to be released in late 2003/early 2004 through an as-yet-undetermined label.
In addition to LEAVES' EYES, Liv is currently involved in a pop project dubbed simply LIV KRISTINE. Two MP3 clips recently produced by Alex at Mastersound studios are available for download from Kristine's web site. Check them out: "The Woman in Me" (mp3), "U R the Night" (mp3).
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