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Leaves' Eyes - Lovelorn

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Release date: 24 May 2004
Style: Symphonic metal


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01. Norwegian Lovesong
02. Tale Of The Sea Maid
03. Oceans Way
04. Lovelorn
05. The Dream
06. Secret
07. For Amelie
08. Temptation
09. Into Your Light
10. Return To Life

Alexander Krull - vocals, programming
Liv Kristine - vocals
Thorsten Bauer - guitars
Mathias Röderer - guitars
Moritz Neuner - drums, percussions
Martin Schmidt - drums
Christian Lukhaup - bass

Session musicians
Timon Birkhofer - cello, piano

Additional info
Released on a Limited Edition Digibook by Napalm Records w/
11. Into Your Life (videoclip)

The Argentinian version contains two bonus tracks from the "Into Your Light" single:
11. Leaves Whisper (03:39)
12. Into Your Light (Acoustic Remix) (05:09)

Guest review by
Elodie Artour
Leaves' Eyes' debut album Lovelorn takes Symphonic metal lovers on a journey to a world of distant shores and fairy tales without sounding cliché. With it, songwriters Liv Kristine and Alexander Krull prove their ability to create quality music by using clear female vocals, picturesque lyrics, grunts and memorable melodies. Moreover, their music is sewn from contrast between drama, softness and beauty which seemingly gave the band a great start from the very beginning. Lovelorn is definitely not Leaves' Eyes' best record but it surely is one of the outstanding debut albums in female-fronted metal.

published 20.08.2010 | Comments (6)

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11.09.2021 - 16:47
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Tage Westerlund
How good this actually is, if she would find musicians what could play doomy gothic sound, she is good poet and lyricists she would be higher. Somehow Alexander Crull and Atrocity song writing ruined this band in general then younger female involved, in time when band was ruined. I really enjoy this gothic touch, wibes and sound. Great album, maybe their best.
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