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TÝR - Liv Kristine Guest On A New Album And Parted Ways With Drummer

Epic folk metallers from Faroe Islands, Týr, have announced that Liv Kristine (Leaves' Eyes, ex-Theatre Of Tragedy) is joining them for a duet on the song "The Lay Of Our Love" on bands upcoming (yet untitled) studio album. Liv commented on facebook next: "I am very happy to announce that I will be joining Týr for the duet "The Lay Of Our Love" on their up-coming album (title still to be revealed), which is set to be released this Fall. Heri already joined Leaves' Eyes at our headliner show in Wacken Open Air 2012. This was an absolute highlight during our live performance, moreover, I really like his voice and I am grateful for the invitation. A superb track, with inspiring melodies and lyrics, proving the authenticity of Týr."
In other news Týr inform that they've parted ways with former drummer Kári Streymoy. The reason is that: "Kári suffered a back injury in 2008, and since then he has had some issues with his drumming. That is the main reason that the co-operation has been problematic for some time now, and we finally decided to part ways. We want to thank Kári for his time in the band. It's been great to have you with us, we wish you the best of luck in the future and we hope you recover fully some day. More details to follow on who we got to fill in for Kári in studio. I think most of you are in for a big surprise." Link

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