LEAVES' EYES Collecting Interview, 'Nature' Footage For Upcoming DVD

LEAVES' EYES — the German/Norwegian 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 film its October 20, 2007 concert at the Metal Female Voices Fest on in Wieze, Belgium for an upcoming DVD. The stage set will feature a Viking ship designed by LEAVES' EYES tech Leebee. A picture of the ship under construction can be viewed at this location.

Commented Liv: "We [Liv and Alex] travelled with our crew along the incredibly interesting and breath-taking west coast of Norway. Our journey started in Stavanger, my hometown. We filmed in sunny and rainy weather, which really shows the harsh climate of this region. We went through the fjords by boat and spent hours at the North Sea catching waves. We drove through the mountains, visited the old town of Stavanger, moreover, we did a lot of interviews, also with my family members.

"Most of the material will be presented on our upcoming DVD. However, it was also very important to gather nature shots for our special show at the Metal Female Voices Fest in Wieze, Belgium. We would like the audience to see that we are very close to nature and that Norway is part of LEAVES' EYES.

"A warm thank you to hard-working Stefan Liebhauser (The Day After) and Gunnar Sauermann (Metal Hammer) who did a fantastic job fixing this visually."

LEAVES' EYES' latest EP, "Legend Land", entered the German chart at position No. 75.

"Legend Land" was released in North America on July 28, 2006 via Napalm Records.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of LEAVES' EYES performing the song "The Crossing" live at the Key Club in Hollywood, California on September 2, 2007:

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