Melodic death metallers Amon Amarth have posted online a new lyric video for "As Loke Falls", a song from their most recent album Deceiver Of The Gods. The video is streaming now below and you can watch it. The band is currently touring in Europe with Carcass, Hell and Bleed From Within in the UK dates.
Swedish melodic death metallers Amon Amarth will embark on a US headlining tour in January in support of their newly released album Deceiver Of The Gods. Very special guest on the dates will be Norwegians Enslaved with additional support from Americans Skeletonwitch. The band recently toured in North America on the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival this summer as well.
UPDATE: Now it is not just the one song available, the entire Amon Amarth's Deceiver Of The Gods album is currently available for streaming for a limited time over here or at this location. So, you better hurry before it disappears.
As the anticipation builds and curiosity rises for Amon Amarth's new release Deceiver Of The Gods, the Swedes reveal a little more about it. Today we have a track by track preview of the album. You can watch the clip which includes snippets of each of the album's ten tracks below and tells us what you think about it and what are your expectations for the follow-up to Surtur Rising.
In case you didn't know, British veterans Carcass have been confirmed to support Amon Amarth on their upcoming European string of tour dates that will take place in November. Their new album Surgical Steel is expected this fall and they will be playing some new songs on this tour.
Amon Amarth have posted the last and third segment of their mini-documentary Forging Mjölnir. This is the conclusion of the Amon Amarth documentary filmed and directed by Luke Daley in anticipation of the release of their new album Deceiver Of The Gods which drops later this month. Watch the third part here.
Swedish melodic death metallers Amon Amarth have released part two of their mini-documentary Forging Mjölnir which has three parts in total. The mini-documentary was filmed and directed by Luke Daley and celebrates the upcoming release of their ninth studio offering Deceiver Of The Gods. The latest fifteen-minute segment which sees Amon Amarth members recalling their earliest metal memories as well as the band's primitive beginning can be seen here by logging in with your Facebook account.
Want to listen to another song from Amon Amarth's upcoming album Deceiver Of The Gods? Sure thing. You can listen to the brand new song called "Shape Shifter" which has premiered exclusively over here. But that is not all. You can also watch the first part of the band's mini documentary Forging Mjölnirat this location provided you login with your Facebook account. Forging Mjölnir was filmed and directed by Luke Daley to celebrate the imminent release of their ninth studio album.
Melodic death metal legion Amon Amarth have been secretly preparing their forthcoming mini-documentary and now revealed a black and white trailer for Forging Mjölnir where the band discusses their earliest musical influences. Watch the trailer below. Forging Mjölnir is a short film which will appear as a three-part series with each official segment slated to premiere via the band's microsite at this location.
As if unveiling the cover art for their new album Deceiver Of The Gods yesterday wasn't enough, Amon Amarth mean business and have a new treat for fans today, this time a brand new song. All you have to do is head over to the band's official website or here to hear "Deceiver Of The Gods" right now. You can also download the title track for free at the same location.
The masters of melodic death metal Amon Amarth have a trick up their sleeve this Friday. You don't have to wait any longer for the new cover because the band has just unveiled the cover art of their upcoming album which will be called Deceiver Of The Gods. You can feast your eyes on the very Amon Amarthish cover here.
Does Amon Amarth ever stop to rest? They are not known to do that. Now the melodic death metallers have finished writing the follow-up to 2011's Surtur Rising. The next step is to record the new yet untitled album. We'll see if the spark to make great music is still there.
Swedish melodic death metallers Amon Amarth will celebrate their 20th anniversary with five special shows which will take place this August in Germany, Poland and Holland. The band commented about the shows: "We will perform two whole sets containing songs from our entire career and we will also arrange a meet and greet on all shows."