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Eluveitie

In a combination of metal & traditional Helvetian Celtic music, Eluveitie rises in the folk metal scene. This band from Switzerlandwas formed in 2002 withmelodic death metal influences. Eluveitie uses traditional Swiss and Celtic instruments alongside electric guitars and drums. Their music is known to be inspiredby Gothenburg’s MelodicDeath Metal Scene and their lyrics are written in a mix of English, Gaelic and Swiss dialects.

Similar Bands: Equilibrium, Arkona (RUS), Dark Tranquillity, Korpiklaani, Cruachan

LPs
Ategnatos
2019

3.5
82 Votes
Evocation II: Pantheon
2017

2.8
68 Votes
Origins
2014

3.7
181 Votes
Helvetios
02/20/2012

3.7
294 Votes
Everything Remains As It Never Was
2010

3.6
288 Votes
Evocation I: The Arcane Dominion
2009

3.2
233 Votes
Slania
2008

3.9
484 Votes
Spirit
2006

3.9
280 Votes
EPs
Ven
2003

3.6
68 Votes
Compilations
The Early Years
08/17/2012

4.2
23 Votes

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