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Release date: 8 May 2001
Style: Melodic death metal

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7.7 | 545 votes

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Disc I
01. Bastards Of A Lying Breed
02. Masters Of War
03. The Sound Of Eight Hooves
04. Risen From The Sea [2000 version]
05. As Long As The Raven Flies
06. A Fury Divine
07. Annihilation Of Hammerfest
08. The Fall Through Ginnungagap
09. Releasing Surtur's Fire
10. Eyes Of Horror [Possessed cover] [bonus]

Disc II [Strictly Limited "Pop-up" Edition Re-issue bonus]
[Live at Bloodshed Over Bochum, 30.12.2008]
01. Bastards Of A Lying Breed
02. Masters Of War
03. The Sound Of Eight Hooves
04. Risen From The Sea [2000 version]
05. As Long As The Raven Flies
06. A Fury Divine
07. Annihilation Of Hammerfest
08. The Fall Through Ginnungagap
09. Releasing Surtur's Fire

Lyrics (9)


Line-up
Johan Hegg - vocals
Olavi Mikkonen - guitars
Johan Söderberg - guitars
Fredrik Andersson - drums
Ted Lundström - bass


Additional info
Recorded at Studio Abyss in November 2000.
Engineered by Lars Szöke and mixed by Peter Tägtgren.
Mastered at Cutting Room by Peter In De Betou.
Remastered by Jens Bogren.
Bonus track "Eyes Of Horror" recorded at Das Boot Studios.
All songs produced and arranged by Amon Amarth.
Cover by Tom Thiel and Thomas Ewerhard.
Layout by Thomas Ewerhard.

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Deadmeat - 01.01.2010 at 23:17  
Rating: 10 Great album. IMO one of the best amon amarth albums.
Reza - 02.01.2010 at 01:45  
 
Written by Deadmeat on 01.01.2010 at 23:17

Great album. IMO one of the best amon amarth albums.

it's good but IMO it isn't one of the best Amon Amarth albums. I believe With Oden On Our Side is the best, Versus The World is the second and then Twilight Of The Thunder God.
Deadmeat - 02.01.2010 at 01:55  
Rating: 10
Written by Guest on 02.01.2010 at 01:45

Written by Deadmeat on 01.01.2010 at 23:17

Great album. IMO one of the best amon amarth albums.

it's good but IMO it isn't one of the best Amon Amarth albums. I believe With Oden On Our Side is the best, Versus The World is the second and then Twilight Of The Thunder God.

lastly i believe that this one is better that versus the world. songs like bastards of a lying breed and a fury divine make me ffel it. i know that death in fire is probably the best amon amarth song but the rest ar imo not as good as this albums material. i dont say versus is a bad album. i ove it. i just say that this one is just a bit better.
Reza - 02.01.2010 at 02:02  
 
Written by Deadmeat on 02.01.2010 at 01:55

Written by Guest on 02.01.2010 at 01:45

Written by Deadmeat on 01.01.2010 at 23:17

Great album. IMO one of the best amon amarth albums.

it's good but IMO it isn't one of the best Amon Amarth albums. I believe With Oden On Our Side is the best, Versus The World is the second and then Twilight Of The Thunder God.

lastly i believe that this one is better that versus the world. songs like bastards of a lying breed and a fury divine make me ffel it. i know that death in fire is probably the best amon amarth song but the rest ar imo not as good as this albums material. i dont say versus is a bad album. i ove it. i just say that this one is just a bit better.

I believe Valhall Awaits Me is the best Amon Amarth song. Anyway I like Versus The World more than The Crusher
Vikcen - 12.09.2010 at 21:17  
Rating: 8 "Masters Of War" awesome .
RavenKing - 13.09.2010 at 00:57  
  Since people are talking of "Versus The World", I have to say that I find this album extremely dull and repetitive. The songs are so much alike you don't even notice when it changes from track to track if you don't pay attention.
Reza - 13.09.2010 at 01:11  
 
Written by RavenKing on 13.09.2010 at 00:57

Since people are talking of "Versus The World", I have to say that I find this album extremely dull and repetitive. The songs are so much alike you don't even notice when it changes from track to track if you don't pay attention.

All songs !!! for instance Death In Fire is similar to For the Stabwounds In Our Backs
RavenKing - 13.09.2010 at 01:22  
  You can find small differences but most songs are following the same pattern and the choruses are much alike each other.
Also, I forgot to mention that I dislike the production on "Versus The World", especially the sound of the drums. I bought the album at a very low price and tried to get into it but it ended in the garbage bin, unfortunately.
Yojimbo - 28.10.2010 at 00:15  
Rating: 8 I put this as their third best album behind Odin and Twilight. Personally I don't like like Versus as much, the melodies are a bit slow. It's still good but not compared to their last two.

Also, I think Twilight of the Thunder God or Gods of War Arise are their best songs.
Vikingr - 18.05.2011 at 19:37  
Rating: 9 Hermods Ride to Hel is easily the greatest Amon Amarth song though I think that all their shit is kick ass:banger2:
Cuca Beludo - 02.08.2011 at 18:53  
  This album is more noise than melodie. I like the records from AA only after the release of "Versus The World", although "OSFTGH" is good.
Coolingsrock - 06.11.2011 at 17:15  
Rating: 9 No this album has lots of melody just not like their new stuff. I love this album cause it got lots of badass riffs.
Troy Killjoy - 06.11.2011 at 19:44  
  Lots of melody and badass riffs? We must have been listening to different albums... I liked this, thought it was a little better than average, but I think it's one of AA's most simple releases. Too repetitive.
Bad English - 10.01.2013 at 23:02  
  I didnty get this album, like always good melody , good sound enginering, but somehwo I cant get, Masters of war is best song from this album ......
Jtbmetal123 - 31.08.2015 at 17:28  
  Pretty epic
Bad English - 30.11.2015 at 23:59  
 
Written by Jtbmetal123 on 31.08.2015 at 17:28

Pretty epic


only one where I don't hear anything epic, more brutal death as melo death
NocturnalStalker - 26.08.2016 at 19:41  
Rating: 9 I like this album a lot. I think that if I were making a list of my favourite Amon Amarth records, The Crusher would go right behind With Oden On Our Side and Versus The World and before Twilight Of The Thunder God. What I particularly like about this record is that it is definitely a death metal record, and there is not a single song on it I would call too melodic. I believe that the title The Crusher is well deserved. Just listen to Bastards Of A Lying Bride with its crushing power.
My personal picks: Bastards Of A Lying Breed, Risen From The Sea (2000), As Long As The Raven Flies, Annihilation Of Hammerfest, The Fall Through Ginnungagap.

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