24 Songs, 1 Hour, 41 Minutes

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5

8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Well...

Dig Hey Zoos

Well, it's different...I'll give 'em that.

worst yet

Steelwing Studios

this is the first LE album where i didn't even buy a single song. i don't care if it's not Liv, as long as the singer sounds good. but her voice is just lame. and the music behind her isn't interesting enough to make up for it. they've never had an amazing album since their first three (3 of my favorite albums of the entire genre), they just get worse. and it looks like they'll never recover. i'm very sad about that.

Even if it’s not Liv...

Kyle Adamski

I’ll still support both Liv and Leaves’ Eyes because I still love their music.

This album still has the sounds I was expecting and Elina’s voice just fits it so well. She kind of reminds me of Carmen but just a little deeper. And Carmen has been in a few LE songs. Honestly I think people are overreacting and just mad because of something that’s out of their control and none of their business. We can’t always have what we want now can we? So just ignore the band completely if you have that much of an issue. Don’t bother reviewing if you’re just gonna be ignorant about it.

About Leaves' Eyes

Gothic metal band Leaves' Eyes was born out of the romantic relationship between singer Liv Kristine Espenæs and guitarist Alexander Krull, who met whilst she was fronting Norway's Theatre of Tragedy and he Germany's Atrocity. The pair eventually married and announced their musical union in 2003, with Espenæs quitting Theatre of Tragedy to join Krull and the rest of Atrocity's lineup (guitarists Thorsten Bauer and Mathias Roderer, bassist Christian Lukhaup, and drummer Nick Barker) to found Leaves' Eyes and record their 2004 debut album, Lovelorn. Along with its next-year successor, Vinland Saga, the record confirmed the new group's affinity for theatrical, symphonic goth-metal, as the leading couple living out the ‘beauty and the beast' vocal roles. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia

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