LEAVES' EYES, the new 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), will release their first single, "Into the Light", on April 19 through Napalm Records.
"Into the Light" comes off the group's debut album, "Lovelorn", due on May 24.
LEAVES' EYES filmed a video for "Into the Light" over a two-day period at the infamous Varieté Apollo in Düsseldorf, Germany.
As previously reported, LEAVES' EYES will make their live debut on May 28 at the Wave Gotik Treffen festival in Leipzig, Germany.
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 web site. "The atmospheric songs are based on a lyrical concept in which a fascinating and mystical love story is told." Download a clip of the demo track "Norwegian Lovesong" at this location.
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