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Leaves' Eyes Issues Kamelot Tour Recap

Leaves' Eyes recently spent a few weeks on the road touring Europe alongside Kamelot. The band has now checked in with the following tour recap:

"After several weeks of touring through Europe together with Kamelot and traveling almost 20.000 kilometers by bus we are back at home enjoying the spring weather. The last highlight of this tour was the amazing sold out show in Oslo/Norway at Sentrum Scene. Yes, Leaves' Eyes back in Norway! Friends and people from Liv's family joined the show, which made the evening a real home gig for our Norwegian singer. Besides that, the Kamelot and Leaves' Eyes crew teamed up and organized a kind of Spinal Tap surprise for our last gig of this tour. During the performance of 'Elegy' a little viking ship came down from the roof of the venue to stop right above Rolands drum kit. Of course everybody onstage felt reminded of the tiny little stone henge building in the Spinal Tap movie.

"Thanx to Kamelot's and our crew for making us laugh like hell. Soon after the show we started the 30 hours journey back home. Due to the Iceland volcano eruption all ferries were packed to the maximum and the traffic in general was massive. Thank god for being in a tour bus including refrigerators, coffee machines, DVD players and Playstations.This tour was very successful for all the bands. It was great to play a lot of shows in many European metropoles, making and meeting new friends and fans. See you all in the European summer festival season and we will come back to Northamerica with Kamelot as well"

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