Eluveitie - The Early Years
2012-07-16 by simonpettersen | 1 Comments

Swiss folk metal act Eluveitie will be releasing a compilation album entitled "The Early Years" on August 28th via Nuclear Blast Records. The compilation will be a 2CD release including their debut album "Spirit" plus a completely re-recorded version of the band’s very first EP “Vên,” which is currently being laid down together with producer, Tommy Vetterli, in his Newsound Studio (same producer and studio used for their last album "Helvetios").

The band will also be self-releasing special edition of “The Early Years” that will feature a never before released song called “Divico” which the band has been working for several years but never finished until now.

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