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Leaves’ Eyes is a symphonic metal band with folk metal elements from Ludwigsburg, Germany. Leaves’ Eyes currently consists of Elina Siirala (female vocals), Alexander Krull (male vocals, programming), Thorsten Bauer (guitars/Bass), Pete Streit (guitars), and Joris Nijenhuis (drums & percussion).

Leaves’ Eyes was formed in 2003 by Liv Kristine with her husband, Alexander Krull, and members of his band, Atrocity. The band combines atmospheric metal and classical elements. Read more on Last.fm

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Album: Leaves’ Eyes – Meredead

May 13th, 2011

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Leaves’ Eyes
Meredead
Napalm Records
20 April 2011

by Tom Dare

The problem with advocating the world of gleefully camp and over-the-top metal that many in the UK struggle to take seriously is that, in truth, much of it is borderline-unlistenable crap. It’s exceptionally difficult to do well, and the number of genuine stand-out records is rather low as a result. And while Leaves’ Eyes haven’t quite managed to deliver one of the latter, fourth album Meredead is still refreshingly enjoyable.

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Bloodstock Open Air 2010: Interviews, Photos, Setlists, Gossip – it’s all here

August 20th, 2010

It’s time for another Thrash Hits festival splash page – and this time for the UK’s heaviest festival, Bloodstock Open Air. We’ll be gathering all of our Bloodstock Open Air 2010 coverage from the weekend on this here post, so make sure you bookmark it as it’s all you’re going to need.

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Live: Kamelot @ London Koko – Sunday 28th March 2010

April 8th, 2010

Tom Dare is an unashamed power metal fan. Which is why he pretty much creamed himself when Kamelot stopped over in London for the sole UK date of their 2010 European tour.

Kamelot are one of those bands frequently clumped in with those acts sometimes referred to as “Euro metal”- probably they’re on SPV (for now), they’ve got a vocally gymnastic singer and they use keyboards. The large crowd queuing to get into Koko tonight have clearly not heard that Euro metal is unfashionable, and good on them- what’s more metal than bucking the trend, after all?

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