Eluveitie Post Second, Harsher Song from “Everything Remains As It Never Was”
Swiss folk metallers ELUVEITIE have posted another new song off their highly anticipated new album Everything Remains As It Never Was. Check out “Kingdom Come Undone” on the bands official MySpace page www.myspace.com/eluveitie.
Commented bandleader Chrigel Glanzmann:
“Here comes the second song off our upcoming album, ‘Kingdom Come Undone’! One of our harsher tracks, where juggernautish riffs meet with onrushing folk melodies. And exactly the same furious character also lies in the lyrics. The song deals with Vercingetorix, a Gaulish freedom fighter who lived in the time of the Gaulish war. His endeavor was to unite the Gaulish clans. The song presents a passionate speech, like one he probably could have had in front of assembled Gaulish chieftains. In that sense, this is V for Vercingetorix!”
The video clip for track “Thousandfold” can be viewed below:
Everything Remains As It Never Was is the follow up to the bands successful acoustic/folk release Evocation I: The Arcane Dominion. Everything Remains As It Never Was features the band back again in full metal swing. The album was recorded by Tommy Vetterli (Coroner) and mixed by Colin Richardson (Slipknot, Machine Head, Kreator).
Everything Remains As It Never Was will be released on February 19 (Europe) and March 9 (N. America) 2010.