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Elize Ryd was born on 15 October, 1984 in Värnamo, Sweden. Discover Elize Ryd's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 36 years old?
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Elize Ryd Height, Weight & Measurements
At 37 years old, Elize Ryd height is 5′ 6″ .
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She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.
Elize Ryd Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Elize Ryd worth at the age of 37 years old? Elize Ryd’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from Sweden. We have estimated Elize Ryd's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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In December 2019, Ryd joined another Raskasta Joulua tour for eight gigs in Finland.
In December 2018, Ryd once again joined Raskasta Joulua on seven dates in Finland as part of their tour.
In December 2017, Ryd joined the Raskasta Joulua tour for their tour in Finland. She is also featured on their song "Stjärnan i min hand".
Amaranthe released their fourth album Maximalism in October 2016, with "That Song" as the lead single.
She is featured on Docker's Guild album called The Heisenberg Diaries – Book A: Sounds of Future Past, released on January 21, 2016, where she sings the sci-fi soundtrack tunes "Never Ending Story" and "Suspension" (from the Buck Rogers in the 25th Century movie soundtrack) in duet with Douglas R. Docker. (2016)
On March 5, 2016, a new single, "At the Break of Dawn", featuring Ryd, was released by the Finnish band Arion.
In December 2016, Ryd once again joined the Raskasta Joulua tour for eight gigs in Finland. In March 2017, she joined the guitarist Gus G. for a few dates in Japan.
A special compilation Breaking Point - B-sides 2011-2015 was released on October 30, 2015.
She is also featured on the new Nergard album A Bit Closer to Heaven. It was released in May 2015. The album also features Nils K. Rue (Pagan's Mind), Michael Eriksen (Circus Maximus), and Ralf Scheepers (Primal Fear). Ryd performs on the song "On Through the Storm" and was a duet with the Swedish singer Andi Kravljaca.
She is featured on the second Smash into Pieces album, performing on the song "My Cocaine". It was released in February 2015.
She took part in Swedish Melodifestivalen 2015 with Swedish opera tenor Rickard Söderberg. They both sang a song called "One by One", which was composed by Ryd and Jimmy Jansson. They came in 5th place in the first semi-final (2nd of the 2nd round), but, unfortunately, they were eliminated after a big crash of the application.
Ryd is featured on the Gus G. album Brand New Revolution, released on July 24, 2015. The song is called "What Lies Below".
Amaranthe released a new single and video for "Drop Dead Cynical" in September 2014. Their third album, Massive Addictive, was released on October 21, 2014, as well as two more videos for "Digital World" and "True" and a lyric video for "Trinity".
During Bandit Rock Awards 2014, Ryd received the award for the years "Rock & Role Model".
On January 25, 2013, Amaranthe released a new single titled "The Nexus" and a music video on 13 March. Amaranthe's second album, The Nexus, was released in March 2013. Later in 2013, Amaranthe released two videos for their singles "Burn with Me" and "Invincible."
In 2013, Ryd performed vocals in the album The Land of New Hope, from a new metal opera project by Timo Tolkki called Avalon, in which she is the main character. The album was released on May 17, 2013. She was also confirmed as one of the vocalists for the second album called Angels of the Apocalypse.
Also in 2013, she recorded a song with the Russian composer Alexey Soloviev. The song is called "Alone in the Universe".
In the end of 2013, Ryd took part in the Raskasta Joulua project, incorporating the sound of metal to Christmas carols. She sang the song "Julen är här" as a duet with Tony Kakko from Sonata Arctica. She also joined the Raskasta Joulua tour for the final gigs. During that visit in Finland, she performed on Finnish national television. There, she sang Ave Maria together with Marco Hietala, the bassist from Nightwish. They sold over 20,000 copies of Raskasta Joulua, which received platinum certification as a result. In 2014, she once again participated on Raskasta Joulua's recordings. She appeared on the album Raknarok Juletide with the song "Christmas Is Here", which is the English version of "Julen är här", also with Tony Kakko on vocals. She also appeared on the follow-up album, Raskasta Joulua 2, where she sang on a cover of Carola Häggkvist's "Himlen i min famn". Raskasta Joulua 2 sold over 20,000 copies and it, too, received platinum certification.
On September 28, 2012, whilst supporting Nightwish's North American leg of the Imaginaerum World Tour with Kamelot, Ryd and fellow Kamelot touring vocalist Alissa White-Gluz of The Agonist joined symphonic metal band Nightwish for a one-time concert in Denver when their lead vocalist Anette Olzon was hospitalized.
In 2012, Ryd performed guest vocals on the debut single "Evolution" by the musical project Dreamstate set up by Takida guitarist Tomas Wallin.
Throughout 2011 and 2012, Ryd joined Kamelot on stage as one of their primary touring vocalists, and recorded guest vocals on three tracks for Kamelot's tenth album Silverthorn, and was featured in one music video.
Since Amaranthe's explosion in popularity, Ryd has been featured on songs by several different artists she had not previously collaborated with. In 2011, she had three notable collaborations that were all released commercially. These consisted of guest vocals for Swedish rock band Takida's fourth album The Burning Heart and Renegade Five's September 2011 EP Life Is Already Fading. Beside fellow Amaranthe vocalists Jake E. and Andreas Solveström, Elize was once again featured on a Dragonland album; this time being the band's fifth album Under the Grey Banner.
In early 2009, Amaranthe released their debut EP, Leave Everything Behind. In early 2011, they released their first two singles, "Hunger" and "Rain" before releasing their debut album Amaranthe, which reached a peak position of 35th on Swedish charts and 16th on Finnish Charts. With this album, the band released two music videos: one for the aforementioned song "Hunger" and another for the song "Amaranthine". Both were directed by Patric Ullaeus for Revolver Films. There was also a video shot for "1.000.000 Lightyears", the fourth single from their debut album.
Elize was born into a family of musicians and started to sing at a very young age. She performed in public for the first time when she was 4-years-old. During her childhood, she was influenced by everything from Walt Disney to heavy metal. At the age of 13, she attended and won a talent show in Gothenburg as the youngest participant. The first prize was a record-deal, but since she hadn't yet turned 15 she was ineligible to receive the prize. She received a scholarship for the most promising singer and a spot in a musical called Brödupploppet that was played 76 times at Exercishuset in Gothenburg. She received another scholarship award in 2003, when she graduated from high school (a preliminary education for musical artists).
Hanna Elise Isabell Maj Höstblomma Ryd (born October 15, 1984), known professionally as Elize Ryd, is a Swedish singer-songwriter, dancer, composer, and show artist, best known as one of the three vocalists in the melodic metalcore/power metal band Amaranthe. She also gained some popularity prior to the band's inception by performing guest vocals for the symphonic power metal band Kamelot, both on tour and in the studio. She sings in the soprano range.