ELUVEITIE is a phenomenon that has been flourishing across the world for more than 15 years. From their legendary debut album Spirit (2006) and the outstanding Slania (2008), up to their latest masterpiece Ategnatos (2019), the Swiss band has developed a ground-breaking recipe
The number of hits in their discography is well proven. Particularly apparent during their live shows, this phenomenon has been captured on record in 2019. ELUVEITIE are set to unleash Live At Masters Of Rock in the midst of their ongoing Ategnatos World Tour, which is set to contain many songs off their new album. Live At Masters Of Rock will be released on November 1st 2019.
The Swiss folk metal institution has once again demonstrated their extraordinary ability to combine stirring music with the mystical and philosophical essence of Celtic mythology, Gallic history, and proto-European culture – into one ground-breaking sound and memorable performance. The result is a masterly spectacle that leads through the epochal band history like a raging storm, guiding fans and casual viewers alike to immerse themselves deeply in this musical cosmos. Be it songs like Ategnatos and Rebirth or earlier hits like Helvetios and King – the implementation is immense.
The band stated: “We’ve always been a passionate live band – but throughout the past two years we’ve continuously and relentlessly worked on our live performance, more than ever, and massively enhanced our complete live production. We’re quite proud of it and we really wanna share it with all of our fans!”
ELUVEITIE will be hitting the UK and Ireland live once more this November for five dates, which are part of a wider European. They will be touring as support to Lacuna Coil, alongside Infected Rain. Tickets are on sale now, via the links below:
Jonas Wolf | guitars
Matteo Sisti | whistles, bagpipes, mandola, bodhran
Nicole Ansperger | fiddle
Alain Ackermann | drums
Chrigel Glanzmann | vocals, whistles, mandola, bagpipes
Fabienne Erni | vocals, Celtic harp
Kay Brem | bass
Michalina Malisz | hurdy-gurdy
Rafael Salzmann | guitars