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Eva Pölzing or Poelzing is a German singer who is best known as the former female vocalist for Blutengel.
Pölzing joined that band early 2002 to replace Gini Martin and stayed about four years. Her first release with Blutengel was Angel Dust. She sung on three tracks; "Angel of the Night", "Wonderland" and "Keine Ewigkeit" (with Constance Rudert and Chris Pohl).
In the Demon Kiss album, she sung the following tracks: "Angels Of The Dark", "Silent Tears(For You)", "In The Distance", "Senseless Life", "Go To Hell?" and "Falscher Stolz". In 2005, after the release of the DVD "Live Lines" Eva decided to leave the band for personal reasons and mostly because the lack of time because she was working on her education and it conflicted with tour schedules, Eva has been replaced by the former Say-Y singer, Ulrike Goldmann. Her last concert was at the 2005 Amphi Festival in Germany. Sice 2007 she joined F.O.D as a session singer and then became a full-time member of the band with much positive feedback.
- 2002: Angel Dust – Album
- 2002: Angel Dust Limited Box Edition – Album
- 2002: Fear Section Vol.1: "Blutengel - Weg Zu Mir (Schicksalsversion 2002)" – Compilation track
- 2004: No Eternity – Single
- 2004: Demon Kiss – Album
- 2004: Demon Kiss Limited Box Edition – Album
- 2005: Live Lines – DVD
→ Vocals in Bad karma and Sweet Dust
→ Vocals in Dying Love
- (German) Blutengel's Official website
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