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November 26th sees two highly anticipated new releases from LEAVES’ EYES and .  The LEAVES’ EYES release is a new studio album entitled Symphonies of the Night.  The release from Scottish Pirate Metallers is a live DVD/CD entitled Live at the End of the World

Leaves Eyes - Symphones of the nightLEAVES’ EYES recently unveiled the album art and tracklisting with a message on their Facebook page.

We are proud to announce that we’ve finished mixing and mastering the new LEAVES’ EYES album ‘Symphonies of the Night’ at Mastersound Studio!!!

The album is officially completed and we couldn’t be more proud of the final result. Expect this album to be the heaviest and most epic LEAVES’ EYES experience to date: it will haunt you, even in your dreams.

We’re also proud to unveil the cover of ‘Symphonies of the Night’, designed by our long-time friend Heile

LEAVES’ EYES – “Symphonies of the Night”

  1. Hell to the Heavens
  2. Fading Earth
  3. Maid of Lorraine
  4. Galswintha
  5. Symphony of the Night
  6. Saint Cecelia
  7. Hymn to the Lone Sands
  8. Angel and the Ghost
  9.  Éléonore de Provence
  10. Nightshade
  11. Ophelia
  12. Eileen’s Ardency (Bonus Track)*
  13. One Caress (Bonus Track)**

Alestorm - Live at the end of the world has released a live video of the song Wenches and Mead” from the upcoming DVD Live at the End of the World.  Check it out below.

Captain Morgan and his crew return from their trip to Australia with a huge treasure in the belly of their ship. Live at the End of the World documents their highly energetic Melbourne show, which took place in early 2013. Chris Bowes and band present the rabid fans with an explosive best-of set – including such smash hits as “Keelhauled”, “Shipwrecked” or “Nancy the Tavern Wench. The Pirate Metal sensation fired from all cylinders and played a show that will go down in Metal history!

Live at the End of the World will be released as a Mediabook including extensive bonus material (e.g. tour documentary) and the full concert on a bonus Audio CD – making it the perfect soundtrack for the next time the pirates set the sails!

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