08:58 - Dima I just payed $30 to see both Ne Oblivi and Beyond Creation. Fucking WIN
07:46 - Maco Some good old school thrash metal. [link]
23:09 - Apothecary I wouldn't say the black and the doom is easily distinguishable with Elysian Blaze either (at least not on the latest album)
22:37 - Erik M. It's not exactly Elysian Blaze... by which I mean that the black and doom metal are extremely easily distinguishable.
22:34 - Erik M. I just did though. Of course I wouldn't know, but Brown Jenkins definitely has a doomy vibe going on. Hard to figure out whether it's just slow BM or doom metal. I'm apparently the only one (along with Lucas) who thinks it's doom.
Whoever is going to the Metal Female Voices Fest this year is in for a treat, especially Leaves' Eyes fans. The symphonic metallers will celebrate their 10th anniversary at Metal Female Voices Festival 2014 in Belgium with a special show Hymns Of A Decade, including a big stage set, pyros, visual effects and guests. Leaves' Eyes will even play brand new material from the upcoming album. Check out the official trailer for the special show on October 18th, 2014.
"Hell To The Heavens", the new video from Leaves' Eyes, has recently made its premiere online and can now be watched here. The song comes from the symphonic metallers new album, Symphonies Of The Night, which is about to be released. The video clip was directed by Rainer Zipp Fränzen (Und Action). How do you like it?
The official trailer for Symphonies Of The Night, the new album from symphonic metallers Leaves' Eyes, has been released and can be enjoyed below. But that is not all. There is also a brand new track called "Hell To The Heavens" available for streaming via Soundcloud. This is the song that opens the album. How do you like it?
Leaves' Eyes have a new album called Symphonies Of The Night prepared for release next month. Now finally the band has released a preview clip for the upcoming opus. On the video you find below there are samples of all the tracks that will be featured on the album. Let us know what you think of the new sounds from the follow-up to Meredead.
The symphonic metal band Leaves' Eyes has revealed today their new album's tracklist and official release dates. Symphonies Of The Night, as the new album is called, comes out on November 26th in North America, November 13th in Spain, Norway and Sweden, November 15th in Benelux, Finland and Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and November 18th in the UK and rest of Europe.
With their new record Symphonies Of The Night coming out this year, Leaves' Eyes are set to hit the road and start their new world tour in October. The symphonic metal band has announced the first bunch of dates set to take place in October, November, December and also some for next year. You can confirm if you are going to get lucky below. The band will be updating this list frequently.
After months without major updates, symphonic metallers Leaves' Eyes finally have some news for us regarding their new album Symphonies Of The Night. Well, the mixing and mastering is finished and so the album is officially completed. Now the band is starting to reveal the pieces of the puzzle and the first one is the album's artwork which was designed by Heile. You can take a look at it below.
Leaves' Eyes has announced that the band will release a new album this year which will be titled Symphonies Of The Night. That is all the symphonic band revealed for now but they promise more news about it soon. Apart from this announcement, the band released a brand new video for "Melusine" featuring footage from their live shows, tours and festivals like Wacken Open Air in 2012. You can watch it below.
Leaves' Eyes are proud to welcome Felix Born in the band! Unfortunately, Roland Navratil had to leave for private reasons, we wish him all the best for the future!
Felix commented: "I am really happy to announce that I am the new drummer of Leaves' Eyes. As I got the offer to do a jam session with the band I was highly motivated, because I love their music. The combination of grooves and nice melodies is exactly what I appreciate being a drummer. During the jam session I realized the fact that I wanted the job even more, because I felt very comfortable with the whole band. I am really happy about joining Leaves' Eyes and I am looking forward to seeing you all on the road soon!"
German symphonic metallers Leaves' Eyes are set to release a digital only EP, entitled Melusine, on December 16th in Europe and December 20th in the US via Napalm Records. The 5-track EP includes no less than 4 unreleased songs and will be available on iTunes, Amazon or any other major digital vendor.
German symphonic metallers Leaves' Eyes have announced that they will play a free acoustic show in Paris tonight alongside Dutch metallers Stream Of Passion.
The band posted the following on their official website: "Attention Leaves' Eyes & Stream Of Passion fans in France! The two bands will play an exclusive and free acoustic session on 18th of October in Paris, Le Klub! Free entrance, plus signing session of both bands! Also an afterparty at the Black Dog bar. Don't miss this great event!"
"To France", the new video from German/Norwegian symphonic metal band Leaves' Eyes, can now be watched below.
The clip was directed by Patric Ullaeus of Revolver Film Company in Gothenburg, Sweden.
"To France", a cover of the Mike Oldfield classic, comes off the band's upcoming new album Meredead, which will be released on April 22nd through Napalm Records. More album details were previously reported over here.
Meredead, the new album from Leaves' Eyes, will be released on April 22nd through Napalm Records. The album was produced and mixed by Leaves' Eyes vocalist Alexander Krull at Mastersound Studio.
The album will be available as a limited edition mediabook CD, which includes a bonus track and bonus DVD: Live at The Metal Female Voices Festival 2010, as a strictly limited deluxe box set and as a regular jewel case.
With their fourth album, Meredead, the 4-nation formation unleashes a tidal wave that will leave the music world breathless, or so says the press release. A song-by-song commentary can be read at this location.