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By Steven Neff, Rock At Night Orlando Correspondent
Rock At Night had the pleasure of talking with Leaves’ Eyes mastermind and metal warrior Alexander Krull before he took the stage at the House Of Blues Orlando last Friday night. Alexander talked to us about the band’s new life with frontwoman Elina Siirala, the new EP Fires in the North, next year’s North American tour with Sabaton, and an upcoming new album.
Alexander’s stage presence is formidable, particularly during his death growl vocals which back frontwoman Elina Siirala. However, in our conversation with Krull, his demeanor and personality was laid back and warm. He enjoys what he does and that comes out in our interview with him.
I’ve wanted to cover this band for a while and the combination of the interview with Alexander Krull and the epic concert provided by Leaves’ Eyes had me walking away a bigger fan than when I first came.
Our special thanks go to Alexander Krull for taking time out to speak with us. We look forward to your next metal conquest in North America.
Special thanks go to Publicist extraordinaire Dustin Hardman and Tour Manager Sami Hauri for making our Leaves’ Eyes concert coverage a memorable one. Thank you gentlemen for being those rock stars in the shadows.
Thanks also go to Leaves’ Eyes for not only bringing a great concert experience to Orlando, but enabling us to take it to your fans through the medium that is Rock At Night Magazine.
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Steve is a Brevard County, Florida based concert photographer who loves the experience of live shows and tries to bring that experience back to fans through the great medium known as Rock At Night.
Whether it’s a one concert event or extended on the road tour coverage with music’s best bands, Steve covers the exciting energy of “the moment” and paints it across a blank canvas that he hopes music connoisseurs will enjoy.
Steve’s music of taste ranges from the symphonic awesomeness of bands like Within Temptation and Nightwish to the rock heavyweights of the 80’s and back to the beat of Armin van Buuren, with a little jazz and blues mixed in for some variety.
One of his favorite mottos: “Life is too short to drink grocery store coffee.”
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