Elegy (EP)

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Elegy
Cover design by Stefan Heilemann
EP by Leaves' Eyes
Released 2 May 2005
Recorded Mastersound Studio, Fellbach/Stuttgart, Germany, 2005
Genre Symphonic metal
Length 25:01
Label Napalm
Producer Alexander Krull
Leaves' Eyes chronology
Lovelorn
(2004)
Elegy
(2005)
Vinland Saga
(2005)

Elegy is a Maxi single/EP by symphonic metal band Leaves' Eyes,[1] released on 2 May 2005.[2] Almost all vocals are by the Norwegian singer Liv Kristine, with some backing "growls" by her husband Alexander Krull. The song "Elegy" is taken from the then upcoming album Vinland Saga, and a further track from that album, "Solemn Sea" is also included in demo form. The rest of the tracks are exclusive to this release, but unlike the following EP Legend Land, they do not share the Vinland theme.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Liv Kristine, all music composed by Alexander Krull, Thorsten Bauer, Mathias Röderer & Christopher Lukhaup.

No. Title Length
1. "Elegy" (single version) 4:33
2. "Senses Capture"   4:58
3. "A Winter's Poem"   4:06
4. "Solemn Sea" (demo version) 3:47
5. "Mot fjerne land" (Towards the Faraway Land) 2:28
6. "Elegy" (album version) 5:06
Total length:
25:01

Personnel[edit]

Leaves' Eyes[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Alexander Krull at Mastersound Studios
  • Assistant recording engineers: Mathias Röderer, Thorsten Bauer, Chris Lukhaup, Robert Suß

Charts[edit]

Year Chart Position
2005 German Singles Chart[3] 76

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