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The Assassination Of Julius Caesar
02. Au Champ Des Morts -
Dans La Joie
03. Isenordal -
Shores Of Mourning
04. Heretoir -
The Circle
05. Peter Bjärgö -
Animus Retinentia
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End Of Chapter
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Markland
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Psychostasis-Death Of Khat
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LEAVES’ EYES – Announce New Album For Autumn 2015

Symphonic metallers Leaves' Eyes have revealed their newest album has already been recorded and is scheduled to be released in September 2015 under the title King Of Kings. The band has also announced guest appearances like the London Voices Choir (Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, The Hobbit, Harry Potter) and the concept behind the record. The artwork, which you can view below, was done by Stefan Heilemann, who also worked for Lindemann, Nightwish, Epica and Kamelot. Leaves' Eyes vocalist Liv Kristine commented on the new album: "Hafrsfjord, Norway's west-coast. A.D. 873. Did you hear what happened? Harald Hårfagre (c.850-932), remembered by medieval historians as the first king of Norway. The battle of Hafrsfjord is described in the Saga of Harald Hårfagre (Harald Fairhair) in Snorri's Heimskringla. Harald defeated several petty kings and the battle is considered decisive in the unification of Norway. The seabed in Hafrsfjord hides many secrets and many traces. Moreover, Hafrsfjord is my birthplace. With our upcoming album we would like to take you on a journey through a highly interesting chapter in Scandinavia's history. Those of you who were present at our latest concerts surely noticed that there's one new song on our setlist, "Halvdan The Black" - one chapter of the upcoming album King Of Kings! Halvdanr Svarte (c.810-860) was a ninth-century king of Vestfold, Norway. He belonged to the House of Yngling (son of Odin' line) and was the father of Harald Fairhair. "Halvdan The Black" is just the start of an amazing adventure!" Link

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