The Metal World just received the news that the famed ProgPower USA Festival for 2020 had been cancelled (discussed HERE) and now, the holiday weekend ends with similar news from the Eluveitie Camp about their scheduled Fall tour. Read on down below for the bands statement as secured from their Facebook Page.
Dear fellow metalheads, You all have probably already suspected it – and it is with a heavy and bleeding heart that we have to confirm your apprehension: Due to the current covid-19 pandemic we are now forced to cancel our upcoming North American tour. Continue reading Eluveitie Cancels North American Fall Tour→
For me it feels like I was just talking about and enjoying the band Eluveitie since they were only here back in October of last year at the now shuttered Playstation Theater (bow in humble respect). Moments ago, the band revealed their plans to return to the states for another visit and we NYC Metalheads are lucky since we get two nights of Folk Metal mayhem at the Gramercy Theatre. Read on down below for the full scoop.
The Press Release:
Swiss folk metal giants ELUVEITIE will make their awaited return to North America in fall 2020 for an extensive tour that will kick off in West Palm Beach, FL on September 21st and will culminate in Houston, TX on October 25th. The band is doing a victory lap run of the territory in support of their widely acclaimed 2019 record, Ategnatos, that’s available now from Nuclear Blast. Tour dates listed below. Purchase tickets via the link down below. Continue reading Eluveitie Announces North American Fall Tour→
A lot has gone on in the world of Folk Metal sensations Eluveitie since we last witnessed their unique brand of musical assault and if you’ve been a fan for any longer period of time and are not up to date, then the musicians you see in the first clip from their upcoming album will be a bit of a mystery to you. Yeah it seems as though a number of the favorites have gone on to other adventures and as someone who has loved them since the “Slania” days can say with truth that I look forward to hearing their next chapter. Speaking of next chapter, Eluveitie is back with an album that will be called “Evocation II: Pantheon” and it will come from their longtime label Nuclear Blast Records. I’ve embedded the video clip for “Epona” below.