ELUVEITIE Release Video For 'Omnos'
March 24, 2009, 10 years ago
Swiss folk metallers ELUVEITIE have released their new video, for the track 'Omnos'. Check it out below.
The track is lifted from the band's Evocation I: The Arcane Dominion, the first of two planned conceptional folk/acoustic albums, which will be unleashed on April 11th through Nuclear Blast Records.
Evocation I: The Arcane Dominion features the following 15 songs: 'Sacrapos - At First Glance' (feat. A.A. Nemtheanga of PRIMORDIAL on vocals), 'Brictom', 'A Girl's Oath', 'The Arcane Dominion' (feat. Oli S. Tyr of FAUN on long-necked lute), 'Within The Grove' (feat. Fredy Schnyder of NUCLEUS TORN on hammered dulcimer and Mina The Fiddler ex-BRANA on 5-stringed viola), 'The Cauldron Of Renascence', 'Nata' (feat. A.A. Nemtheanga of PRIMORDIAL on additional vocals), 'Omnos', 'Carnutian Forest', 'Dessumiis Luge', 'Gobanno' (feat. Sarah Wauquiez of SCHELLMERY, ex-ELUVEITIE, Fredy Schnyder of NUCLEUS TORN on hammered dulcimer and Mina The Fiddler ex-BRANA on 5-stringed viola), 'Voveso In Mori', 'Memento', 'Ne Regv Na', 'Sacrapos - The Disparaging Last Gaze'.
Mainman Chrigel Glanzmann recently stated: "The tracks on Evocation I: The Arcane Dominion take you on a journey through ancient gaulish mythology, a journey deep into the celtic soul. You'll pass diverse instrumental tracks, setting mythological topics into music, as well as songs, which are exclusively sung in ancient gaulish language. Most lyrics are 1600 – 2100 years old. We're proud and happy we have some illustrious and excellent guests musicians on this album: Fredy Schnyder from NUCLEUS TORN playing the hammered dulcimer on two tracks, Oli S. Tyr from the German medieval folkers FAUN contributing the magical sounds of the long-necked lute on the title track. Furthermore Alan Nemtheanga from the Irish pagan metallers PRIMORDIAL presenting his vocal art in two tracks, Mina The Fiddler from the experimental folk band BRANÂ KETERNÂ enchanting two tracks with the sounds of the 5-stringed viola and at last Sarah Wauquiez, our former bandmember, playing Zugerörgeli (helvetic accordion) on one track."