Flowing Tears Bio:
Flowing Tears is a German Gothic Metal band fronted by Helen Vogt. Their original band name was Flowing Tears And Withered Flowers, which they used on their first two releases, "Swansongs" and "Joy Parade".
With the release of "Serpentine" two years later, the band would build on the work they did with "Jade", adding a slightly more up tempo sound. Stefanie Duchêne contributed the vocals on the band's earlier works, though their current vocalist is Helen Vogt (since 2004). With a sound not too distant from that of "Serpentine", and the eerily similar vocal traits of Vogt to that of Stefanie Duchêne's, the band released their latest studio album, "Razorbliss".
Flowing Tears will release their next album, "Invanity - Live in Berlin" through Ascendance Records on October 29th 2007. For the first time since 2004 the band will be releasing a full-length album: a live recording of their semi-acoustic performance at Passionskirche Church, Berlin. The album captures their favourite songs specially rearranged for this event, while also including reworked cover versions of songs by Slayer and Nick Cave, the latter featuring guest vocals from Tiamat mastermind Johan Edlund.