Everything Remains (As It Never Was)

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Everything Remains (As It Never Was)
Studio album by Eluveitie
Released February 19, 2010
Recorded September–October 2009 at the Newsound studios, Pfäffikon, Switzerland
Genre Folk metal, melodic death metal, pagan metal
Length 47:03
Label Nuclear Blast
Producer Colin Richardson
Eluveitie chronology
Evocation I: The Arcane Dominion
(2009)
Everything Remains (As It Never Was)
(2010)
Helvetios
(2012)
Singles from Everything Remains (As It Never Was)
  1. "Thousandfold"
    Released: February 16, 2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
metal.de 9/10 stars[2]
Metal 1 9/10 stars[3]
PopMatters 6/10 stars[4]

Everything Remains (As It Never Was) is the fourth full-length album by the Swiss folk metal band Eluveitie. The album was produced by Colin Richardson,[5] and released on February 19, 2010 through Nuclear Blast.[6]

The album spawned one single, Thousandfold, which has gained over 6,500,000 views on YouTube.

Sound[edit]

Unlike Eluveitie's previous release Evocation I: The Arcane Dominion which was primarily a folk rock/acoustic folk album, Everything Remains returns to the bands roots and is a straight folk metal album.

Reception[edit]

Everything Remains generally received highly positive reviews. Pascal Stieler, writing for Metal1.info wrote that Everything Ends was "in all matters outstanding, varied album that simply has no weaknesses" and gave the album 9/10. Metal.de also gave the album 9/10.

The fanbase's reaction was generally positive, with songs like Thousandfold being played frequently on tour.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Otherworld"   1:57
2. "Everything Remains as It Never Was"   4:25
3. "Thousandfold"   3:20
4. "Nil"   3:43
5. "The Essence of Ashes"   3:59
6. "Isara"   2:44
7. "Kingdom Come Undone"   3:22
8. "Quoth the Raven"   4:42
9. "(Do)minion"   5:07
10. "Setlon"   2:36
11. "Sempiternal Embers"   4:52
12. "Lugdūnon"   4:01
13. "The Liminal Passage"   2:15
Total length:
47:03

Credits[edit]

  • Meri Tadic – violin, vocals
  • Päde Kistler – bagpipes, tin and low whistles
  • Kay Brem – bass
  • Merlin Sutter – drums
  • Chrigel Glanzmann - vocals, acoustic guitars, mandolin, uilleann pipes, bodhràn, tin and low whistles, gaita
  • Anna Murphy – hurdy gurdy, flute, vocals
  • Sime Koch – guitars
  • Ivo Henzi – guitars
  • Torbjörn "Thebon" Schei - additional vocals on "(Do)minion"
  • Brendan Wade - uilleann pipes on "Otherworld", "Setlon" and "The Liminal Passage"
  • Dannii Young - spoken voice on "Otherworld" and "The Liminal Passage"
  • Arranged by Eluveitie
  • Drums, guitars (electric and acoustic), bass and vocals were recorded at Newsound Studio, Pfäffikon SZ, Switzerland. These recordings were engineered by Tommy Vetterli.
  • Fiddle and hurdy gurdy were recorded at Devil's Studios, Vaduz/Liechtenstein. These recordings were engineered by Ivo Henzi and Olli Frank-Zambelli. Fiddle was engineered by Freddy Schnyder.
  • Bagpipes, whistles, uilleann pipes, mandola, mandolin and bodhrán were recorded at C Studio, Switzerland. These recordings were engineered by Chrigel Glanzmann. Microphones by Ballhorn Studios, Winterhur, Switzerland.
  • Mixed by Colin Richardson and Martin "Ginge" Ford for Real Productions and Management at Not-In-Pill Studios, Newport, Wales
  • Mastered by John Davis
  • Produced by Eluveitie and Tommy Vetterli.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Henderson, Alex. "Review: Everything Remains as It Never Was". Allmusic. Retrieved 5 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "ELUVEITIE - Everything Remains (As It Never Was)". metal.de (in German). 5 February 2010. 
  3. ^ "Eluveitie - Everything Remains (As It Never Was) - CD Review bei". Metal1.info. Retrieved 2012-02-15. 
  4. ^ Begrand, Adrien. "Eluveitie: Everything Remains as It Never Was". Popmatters. Retrieved 11 March 2010. 
  5. ^ Eck, Markus. "Everything Remains As It Never Was". Sonic Seducer (in German). 
  6. ^ "ELUVEITIE reveals album title & cover art". The Gauntlet. 2009-10-14. Retrieved 2009-10-19. 

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