LEAVES' EYES To Tour Europe With ELIS

LEAVES' EYES, the 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 be undertaking a short headlining tour of Europe in April/May with ELIS as support. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Apr. 27 - Z├╝rich, SWI @ Dynamo
Apr. 29 - Sneek, NETH @ Bolwerk
Apr. 30 - Ottweiler/Saarland, GER @ Hexentanz Festival
May 02 - Helmond, NETH @ Plato
May 03 - Vosselaar, BEL @ Biebob
May 04 - Glasgow, UK @ Soundhaus
May 06 - Bradford, UK @ Rio

Kristine's debut solo album, "Enter My Religion", is being released in Germany today (March 3) via Roadrunner Records. "Enter My Religion" was produced by Alexander Krull at Mastersound Studio in Stuttgart/Fellbach, Germany. The album artwork was handled by Meran Karanitant.


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