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Symphonic Vocalist LEAH Releases Ethereal Cover of Skyrim Video Game Theme Song “The Dragonborn Comes”

Symphonic/Celtic vocalist LEAH – described affectionately by her fans as “the metal Enya” – is recognized in the music world for her work with established heavy metal musicians such as Eric Peterson of Testament and Dragonlord, Timo Somers of Delain, Troy Donockly of Nightwish and many others. With three well-received releases under her belt ( Of Earth & Angels [2012], Otherworld [2013] and Kings & Queens [2015]), LEAH is currently working on her upcoming, currently untitled album featuring many of the players above, in addition to former Delain drummer Sander Zoer and Barend Courbois of Blind GuardianLEAH‘s music places the listener in a world of fantasy, magic, history and everything in between. Continue reading Symphonic Vocalist LEAH Releases Ethereal Cover of Skyrim Video Game Theme Song “The Dragonborn Comes”

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LEAH - January 2013 BOTM

LEAH is an emerging Canadian songwriter. Buy her new debut album HERE: http://www.leahmusic.bandcamp.com/ Also on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/of-earth-angels/id524834071

“Ethereal vocals, layered harmonies, powerful chord progressions and unpredictable notations that keep you somewhere between on the edge of your seat and in a state of hypnotism.”

The art of LEAH is one of diverse influence: Haunting celtic melodies, mysterious eastern vibes, heavy symphonic rhythm, and most of all… A voice that will utterly enchant and inspire you.Visit http://www.leahthemusic.com/ for more about LEAH.

YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/leahthemusic/videos?view=0

Some have described LEAH’s debut album, Of Earth & Angels as “heavy metal Enya”, and others as “Loreena McKennitt with distortion”. Whatever her influences, one thing is for sure: LEAH’s voice will play the strings of the most brutal of hearts, causing them to melt into submission. From soulful, spiritual ballads to folk-tale operatic blast beats, to more mainstream rock singles, “Of Earth & Angels” is sure to impress the skeptic, and is already beckoning the rest of the world to take notice.”