LEAVES' EYES Guitarist Launches Online Column

As the guitarist for LEAVES' EYES, ATROCITY and LIV KRISTINE, Thorsten "Tosso" Bauer has toured nearly all of the world's continents and recorded a number of acclaimed albums spanning the last two decades. Now for the first time the red-haired guitarist tries his hand at being a columnist, as the German axeman has found a new creative home exclusively at www.sounds2move.de. As part of his regular column, "Tossodomy and Lust", Tosse will cover his musical activities, "on the road" anecdotes and hard music in general.

Check out the first installment of "Tossodomy and Lust" at this location (Note: The column is written in German).

A short promotional teaser for "Tossodomy and Lust" can be viewed below.

LEAVES' EYES filmed its October 20, 2007 concert at the Metal Female Voices Fest in Wieze, Belgium for an upcoming DVD. The stage set featured a Viking ship designed by LEAVES' EYES tech Leebee. A tentative March 2008 release is expected.


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