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If Amon Amarth weren't synonymous with Viking metal already, this concept album directly inspired by the epic violence of Norse mythology would be their battle cry. The album is expertly paced between thrashed-out ragers like the heavy-riffing "Where Is Your God?," more dynamic explorations such as "Guardians of Asgaard"—powered by guest vocals from Entombed's Lars Göran Petrov—and the cello-driven evil of "Live for the Kill." The underlying anguish of a bloodied battlefield is ever-present throughout, giving the album a dark emotional subtext.

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Biography

Formed: 1992 in Tumba, Sweden

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Swedish death metal band Amon Amarth originally formed in 1988 under the name Scum; by the time the new moniker was adopted four years later, the lineup consisted of vocalist Johan Hegg, guitarists Olavi Mikkonen and Anders Hansson, bassist Ted Lundstrom, and drummer Niko Kaukinen. In 1993, the quintet recorded their first demo Thor Arise, which went unreleased due to sound problems; a second demo, Arrival of the Fimbul Winter, followed in 1994, quickly selling out all 1000 copies. Signing to the...
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