THEATRE OF TRAGEDY, ATROCITY Singers To Marry
THEATRE OF TRAGEDY frontwoman Liv Kristine Espenæs will finally tie the knot with longtime love Alexander Krull, singer of Germany's ATROCITY, on July 3. In other news, THEATRE OF TRAGEDY guitarist Vegard K. Thorsen married his longtime girlfriend Anna on February 21. Also newly hitched is THEATRE OF TRAGEDY guitarist Frank Claussen, who "escaped all the fuzz and fanz by eloping to Reykjavik, Iceland with his girlfriend for ages, Tone, and got married on Monday 14th of April," according to the group's official web site.
THEATRE OF TRAGEDY are currently working on the follow-up to last year's "Assembly", tentatively due in early 2004 through Massacre Records. Several photos of the creative process can be viewed here.
In other THEATRE OF TRAGEDY-related news, Claussen has laid down the guitar tracks for the upcoming album from Norwegian industrial rockers ZEROMANCER, to be released in September.
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