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Liv Kristine

Liv Kristine
Background information
Birth name Liv Kristine Espenæs
Also known as Liv Kristine
Born February 14, 1976 (1976-02-14) (age 34)
Origin Stavanger, Norway
Genres Gothic metal, symphonic metal, folk metal, viking metal
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active Since 1994
Labels Napalm Records
Associated acts Theatre of Tragedy, Leaves' Eyes
Website http://www.livkristine.com

Liv Kristine Espenæs Krull (born February 14, 1976 in Stavanger, Norway), better known as Liv Kristine, is the former vocalist for the band Theatre of Tragedy and current vocalist for the band Leaves Eyes.

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Career

Musical from an early age, Liv Kristine joined Theatre of Tragedy as a backup singer, but was soon sharing singing duties with Raymond István Rohonyi. She was fired from Theatre of Tragedy after moving to Germany and forming a new band, Leaves' Eyes, with the musicians from Atrocity. She has also released solo albums. Liv has a soprano vocal range.[1]

Private life

On July 3, 2003 Liv Kristine married Alexander Krull[2], the vocalist for the German band Atrocity. They have a son, Leon Alexander[3].

Her younger sister, Carmen Elise Espenæs, is the vocalist of Midnattsol[4]. Liv Kristine and her husband Alexander are vegetarians.[5]

Discography

With Theatre of Tragedy

Singles

With Leaves' Eyes

Singles

Solo work

Studio albums

EP's

  • Fake a Smile (2006)

Singles

  • 3am (1998)
  • Take Good Care (1998)
  • 3am - Fanedition (1999)
  • One Love (1999)
  • Fake a Smile (2006)
  • Trapped in Your Labyrinth (2006)

Guest vocal appearances

Liv has done guest vocal appearances for Atrocity, Cradle of Filth, Das Ich, Genius, Heavenwood, Hortus Animae, Immortal Rites, Umbra et Imago and WeltenBrand as well as the debut album Lucidity by Delain.

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