Saturday, October 25, 2014

Eluveitie - Belgium gig upgraded

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New Wave Folk Metal superstars ELUVEITIE have announced that their Belgium show on November 9th has been moved to a bigger venue since the initially booked Biebob (Vosselaar) has been sold out. The show will now take place at Trix in Antwerp.

After the incredible demand for the first part of the band's European "Origins" tour (several shows have sold out weeks in advance), the folk metal eight-piece around singer and mastermind Chrigel Glanzmann has decided to announce a second leg for the tour already.

With the new line-up complete (guitarist Rafael Salzmann replaced Simeon "Sime" Koch in 2012, and Nicole Ansperger joined just months ago after Meri Tadic's departure), ELUVEITIE has made history this year as the very first metal band ever to receive a prestigious Swiss Music Award - the Swiss Grammy, so to speak. The band was honoured as "Best Live Act, National" by audience vote.

Immediately after accepting this award, ELUVEITIE returned to the Swiss New Sound Studio to record their sixth studio album "Origins", again with legendary producer (and friend of the band) Tommy Vetterli (KREATOR, CORONER, etc.).

ELUVEITIE have been riding from success to success throughout the band's 12-year history. However, with their new album "Origins", the most successful band of its Genre is setting new standards for itself. "Origins" has entered the Swiss album charts on #2 and has remained in the top ten for weeks, while entering in Germany on #6 and scoring in many other countries as well, amongst others the USA, France, Belgium, Austria, etc.).

Anyone who's seen ELUVEITIE live recently has witnessed that the folk metal horde has once again taken things a step further, joining the small elite of metal acts that can put on a show that will make the fans dream of the next gig already on their way home. So, secure your tickets in time and celebrate the show of the year together with ELUVEITIE!

04.02. P Porto
05.02. P Lissabon
08.02. FR Toulon
13.02. GR Athen
14.02. GR Theassaloniki
15.02. BG Sofia
16.02. RO Bukarest
17.02. UA Kiev
18.02. BY Minsk
19.02. RU Krasnodar
20.02. RU Moscow
21.02. RU Ekaterinburg
22.02. RU St. Petersburg


31.10. I Treviso - New Age
01.11. I Romagnano - Rock’n‘Roll
02.11. FR Lyon - Ninkasi Kao
04.11. ESP Barcelona - Salamandra 1
05.11. ESP Madrid - Asla Arena
06.11. FR Toulouse - Metronum
07.11. FR Rennes - Antipode
08.11. FR Paris - Trabendo
09.11. BE Antwerp - Trix
11.11. UK London - Islington Academy
12.11. UK Manchester - Sound Control
13.11. UK Glasgow - Audio
14.11. IE Belfast - Mandela Hall
15.11. IE Dublin - Button Factory
16.11. UK Bristol - Bierkeller
18.11. D Leipzig - Hellraiser
19.11. D Herford - X
20.11. D Bremen - Tivoli
21.11. D Bochum - Matrix
22.11. D Hamburg - Grünspan
23.11. NL Eindhoven - Effenaar
25.11. D Köln - Essigfabrik
26.11. CZ Prag - Meet Factory
27.11. PL Krakow - Kwadrat
28.11. PL Warzaw - Progresja
29.11. PL Sczecin - Slowoanin
30.11. D Berlin - C-Club
02.12. D Darmstadt - Steinbruch
03.12. LU Esch-Sur-Alzette - Kulturfabrik
04.12. D Ludwigsburg - Rock Fabrik
05.12. D München - Backstage
06.12. D Geiselwind - Musichall
07.12. D Lindau - Vaudville
09.12. SI Ljubljana - Kiosk Siska
10.12. HU Budapest - Club 202
11.12. SL Bratislava - Majestic
12.12. AT Wien - Szene
13.12. AT Salzburg - Rockhouse 

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