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Eluveitie Recording New Album

The Swiss folk metal outfit Eluveitie has checked in with the following announcement about recording a new album:

"Right after taking home a Swiss Music Award earlier this month (the first metal band ever to do so!), we have entered the Swiss New Sound Studio again to begin work on the follow-up to 2012’s 'Helvetios,' once again with legendary producer Tommy Vetterli.

"As always, working with Tommy is as efficient as it is creative: both drum and guitar tracking is already completed! We have now begun work on the folk instruments and vocals at Newsound Studio, Lucerne’s Soundfarm Studio, and Chrigel’s home simultaneously. We are extremely proud of the new material and can’t wait to present yet another big step in the evolution of Eluveitie later this year!

"We were also able to secure a bunch of exciting guest performers, the first of which we have recorded last week: the wonderful Christine Lauterburg.

"Not only is Christine one of the most original musicians in Switzerland, but she’s really a living legend! Like no other she has practiced and perfected the age-old tradition of Swiss jodel over many decades. She has set many milestones in the history of Swiss folk music, and delivered valuable contributions to the research and preservation of a tradition that may reach back all the way to the early ages, and originated with the Helvetian celts.

"We are proud to have Christine in our ranks - her singing adds just that much more archaic authenticity to our sound, and contributes to the primeval rawness that will define our new album!"

You can also find photos from the band's time recording the new album over at Facebook here.

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