LEAVES' EYES Frontwoman Completes Work On Solo Album

LEAVES' EYES frontwoman Liv Kristine (ex-THEATRE OF TRAGEDY) has posted the following message on her official web site:

"Autumn is here. At this very moment I am sitting in an Internet cafe in Manchester. Tonight we will finish our tour with LEAVES' EYES and PARADISE LOST in the U.K. This has been another great experience for me, especially meeting all these friendly people of the audience after the gig. I am looking forward to see you all at tour next time!

"The recordings for the my new solo album, 'Enter my Religion', are completed. It has been hard work and many sleepless nights in the studio, but the album reveals a new dimension of my musical world, spirit and personal expierence. This is what I wish to share with you. I hope you will like the new songs as they do mean a lot to me. Moreover, a new videoclip will be shot early November! I will keep you informed."

Kristine's new solo album, "Enter my Religion", is expected in early 2006 via Roadrunner Records.


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