KSUB, the student-run radio station of Seattle University, conducted an interview with Chrigel Glanzmann of the Swiss folk metal band ELUVEITIE, on May 5, 2008 in Seattle during the Paganfest Tour. Watch the 14-minute chat below.ELUVEITIE recently announced the addition of Paede Kistler (bagpipes, whistles, acoustic guitars) and Kay Brem (bass) to the group's ranks. The band will introduce the new members to audiences all over the world on their upcoming tours in October with KATAKLYSM, DYING FETUS and KEEP OF KALESSIN (Death By Decibels U.S. tour) and in November with FINNTROLL, PRIMORDIAL and EQUILIBRIUM (Heidenfest European tour). ELUVEITIE is hard at work on its new release, the first part of the band's purely accoustic "Evocation" concept albums. ELUVEITIE's latest CD, "Slania", was released on February 15 via Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to 2006's "Spirit" is "the perfection of the first album, but still there is enough room to give some new influences a chance," according to a press release.
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