From the coast of British Columbia, Canada, auburn-haired symphonic metal artist LEAH is drawing attention from all over the globe. Inspired by Celtic and world music influences such as Clannad and Loreena McKennitt to European symphonic and progressive metal influences, LEAH creates something magical and refreshing. International fans call her "The Metal-Enya". "Kings & Queens," the new album from LEAH is sure to be loved by fans of symphonic metal and female fronted rock. This album is diverse, powerful, and beautiful and often dances on the edge of progressive. Most of all it's hard not to be drawn into and enchanted by LEAH's diverse vocals. Featuring musicians such as Timo Somers and Sander Zoer of Delain, and Barend Courbois of Blind Guardian and Vengeance, this 14-track masterpiece emerges as the heaviest of all her releases. Dabbling in worldly Celtic, middle eastern, and New-Age flavors, while lyrically laced with epic imagery of dystopias, fallen empires, spiritual warfare, love and destiny, this album proves to be very promising and is expected to be received by fans and critics as one of the top symphonic metal albums of the year.