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Post  Drakon7 on Fri Feb 12, 2010 12:38 am

Its a celtic metal band from Switzerland.

I assume a few people on the forum would have heard them. But for those who haven't, you really should.

No matter what genre you listen to, it will appeal to you in some way, hopefully.


Thousandfold - Single from the new album due 19th Feb



Inis Mona - Basically the crowd favourite, amazing song.



I've been in love with them for about a week now. I just can't stop listening!

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Post  mts on Fri Feb 12, 2010 1:40 am

I saw them live last summer. The were pretty good. Kinda reminds me bit of bands like Metsatöll, Skyforger, Mithoty, Waylander, Moonsorrow, Korpiklaani, Kivimetsändruidi...

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Post  Pippynip on Fri Feb 12, 2010 3:13 am

As you know, I reckon it's excellent, discounting the vocals. Not my thing at all.

In fact I absolutely hate the vocals, 'cause they make me unable to listen to what's clearly a great band Sad

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Post  maxf13 on Fri Feb 12, 2010 8:22 am

<--- is liking the use of unuausal instruments for band

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Post  akyra on Fri Feb 12, 2010 11:30 am

Any band that uses bag pipes has my vote XD

The swiss are crazy Smile ( in a good way )

ALTHOUGH..........I used to love these type of vocals in my young days... but now I find it hard to listen to it...

must be getting old Sad

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Post  Cliff em' all on Thu Feb 18, 2010 7:12 pm

Inis Mona is one of my favourite tracks to play along to@ Very Happy

Also try celtic punk like Dropkick Murphys,or Flogging Molly!

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Post  KrysH on Fri Feb 19, 2010 9:29 am

I'm ok with Eluveitie's vocals to a point tho it's not my favourite aspect of the band, I just love the mixture of celtic instruments with the hardness of the electric ones, nice and layered without either one drowning the other out.

I enjoy the unusual so anything like that appeals, the track above btw is great, celtic instruments seem to fit with hard rock/punk very well.

In the same way I love the way Sirenia use choirs etc in their work, lush is the only way I can describe the difference it makes to the sound.

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Post  Hutch on Sat Feb 20, 2010 12:05 am

Drakon 7! You are both an asshole and a saint! A saint for sharing this lovely sound with me/the forum. And an asshole because it's so damned good it's all I'll be able to listen to for weeks.

Thanks though Smile

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Post  mazathemonster on Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:35 pm

I freakin' ADORE Eluveitie. Their latest album is superb. Very Happy

I'm actually seeing them for the first time at Paganfest this year. Woop!

I've pretty much been addicted to Thousandfold since I first heard it. Yep.

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