Swiss superstars of New Wave Of Folk Metal, ELUVEITIE, just released a brand new song of their upcoming new masterpiece “Origins” today. “The Call Of The Mountains” is the second single of the album and the band has recorded it in all four of Switzerland’s beautiful national languages. Check out the multilingual track video (incl. all versions) here: The band states: “This one’s long overdue. Another “Origins" song you say? Well, yes indeed. Finally, a song about our beautiful mountains? That, too. But also an idea we’ve considered for a number of years now: a song released not just in English and/or Gaulish, but in all four of Switzerland’s beautiful national languages! So we present to you: “The Call Of The Mountains”! A song about the long searched for destination at the end of the epic journey of the Celts, who were to become the Helvetians - a song about our mystical and unparalleled alps. Besides the English album version, you will find the full song in Swiss German, French, Italian and of course Romansh both on Nuclear Blast’s mailorder edition and on iTunes, where you will of course be able to get them separately, too. We can’t wait to hear how you like it!" The single “The Call Of The Mountains” (English version) will be available digital on July 25, 2014. The full song in Swiss German, French, Italian and Romansh will be on the beautiful Nuclear Blast Mailorder-Edition of “Origins” and via iTunes. More on »Origins«: ‘King’ videoclip: The first album trailer is available to watch here: The second album trailer can be seen here: The first single ‘King’ is also available as lyric video here: Tracklist »Origins« 01. Origins 02. The Nameless 03. From Darkness 04. Celtos 05. Virunus 06. Nothing 07. The Call Of The Mountains 08. Sucellos 09. Inception 10. Vianna 11. The Silver Sister 12. King 13. The Day Of Strife 14. Ogmios 15. Carry The Torch 16. Eternity »Origins«, the bands sixth full length album was recorded at the New Sound Studios by Tommy Vetterli (CORONER, KREATOR & many more) and is the successor of the most acclaimed album »Helvetios«. You can pre-order your copy of »Origins« at the following address: