With broken hearts and deep sadness we write this message to you. As we are facing major logistical issues, concert and support band cancellations for the upcoming tour, insanely rising high costs that are out of our control in these crazy times and a very uncertain overall situation for indoor club shows with new Covid regulations by the government, we are not able to go out and play the European tour in November/December this year as planned. Tickets can be refunded.
We are already working on new shows for 2023, and we hope to see you all again soon!
Unfortunately WMD 2022 is cancelled, read here the statement from WMD.
It is with absolute sadness that we need to communicate that the WMD festival (9 till 11 December) is officially cancelled.
The recent moratorium of our ticketingprovider Festicket – started in August – has left our company with a lack of income which leaves us in the incapacity to organize a festival the size (and to the standards) of WMD.
All tickets sold as of 2020 will be refunded before the end of the year. To request a refund please send a copy of your E-ticket to firstname.lastname@example.org
We would have been honored to organize WMD for the fans, the conditions the moratorium of Festicket have put our company under sadly decided otherwise.
A warm welcome to Luc Gebhardt who’s joining Leaves’ Eyes and Atrocity on guitar! We’re looking forward to working in the studio and touring together! See you all on the road soon!
It’s finally time for me to tell you about my upcoming adventure! I have officially joined LEAVES’ EYES and ATROCITY as a guitarist! I’ve been instantly hooked ever since I heard Atrocity’s killer riffs and the epic songs of Leaves’ Eyes. Combined, both bands offer an amazing range of songs – a guitar players dream!
I’d like to thank everyone who encouraged me to follow my path and helped me pave the road to my dream. What we have already created together is beyond words! Being a part of this journey means the world to me. I’ll see you on the road… – Luc
Elina: ‘Dark Love Empress’ is one of my favourite songs to play live! It’s such a dynamic song with powerful lyrics and this combination gave a perfect canvas for creating a more delicate version of it. It felt very natural to play the piano arrangement as the song gives me so many visual images alongside the musical inspiration. This piano version brings out a whole different side of the song also vocally and that’s one of the reasons I love making acoustic versions of our songs.