Throughout her trajectory, LEAH’s music has featured such notables as Troy Donockley (Nightwish), Eric Peterson (Testament), Barend Courbois (Blind Guardian), Chen Balbus (Orphaned Land), and Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Amaranthe, Evergrey). She also joined Eric Peterson’s DRAGONLORD for its 2018 studio album Dominion and has participated in the
charity group Project Aegis.
Her genre is “Celtic fantasy metal,” and her albums could easily serve as the soundtracks for shows like Game of Thrones or Vikings. Her fans refer to her as the “metal Enya,” and she embodies the archetype of the “warrior queen” to thousands of dedicated listeners around the world.
In addition to the upcoming The Glory and the Fallen, LEAH’s discography includes five previously released albums: Of Earth and Angels (2012), Otherworld (2013), Kings & Queens (2015), The Quest (2018), and Ancient Winter (2019), each a rapturous blend of a symphonic metal style carefully spiced with Celtic, folk, and fantasy. Her emotive vocals are often compared to Loreena McKennitt, Tori Amos, and Sarah McLachlan.