Chrigel Glanzmann, frontman, bandleader, songwriter and lyricist for Swiss folk metallers ELUVEITIE, was interviewed by Metal Blast before the band's October 14 concert at Melkweg in Amsterdam, Netherlands as the support act for SABATON.

Glanzmann last week confirmed his participation on an open forum about the Gallic Wars.

The event will take place on November 22 at the Zurich University and will be hosted by PD Dr. Eckhard Deschler-Erb.

In addition to Chrigel's lecture, ELUVEITIE's latest album, "Helvetios", will be featured throughout the evening.

ELUVEITIE and Finnish metallers WINTERSUN will co-headline a North American tour this winter. The trek will commemorate ELUVEITIE's 10th anniversary as well as serve as WINTERSUN's introduction to North American shores. Also appearing on the bill will bethe German pagan metal act VARG.


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