AMON AMARTH Streams Part 1 Of New Studio Documentary The Heathen Diaries

Amon Amarth is now streaming the first part of his new studio documentary The pagan newspapers. The documentary explores the band’s creative and recording process behind their new record The Great Heathen Army. The Great Heathen Army album was recorded with Andy Snap (Judas Priest, Dream Theater, Engage the killswitch) and according to the band is one of their heaviest albums to date.

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“Globally The Great Heathen Army is one of the heaviest albums we’ve done,” the singer said. John Hegg. “There are dark, heavy songs that are really powerful and in your face, but obviously we have a melodic mark Amon Amarth songs there too, and some surprises too. It’s a really well balanced album. It sounds good. Andy Snap is great. It was great to be able to work with him again.”

“We were off to make new music and we’re back with a darker, more death-metal new album,” the guitarist added. Olavi Mikkonen.

“Whether Berserker was our ‘heavy metal’ album, so The Great Heathen Army is our ‘death metal’ album. But that said, it’s still very contemporary Amon Amarthbut maybe style-wise we’ve gone back to our roots a bit.”

The Great Heathen Army comes out on August 5th and is available for pre-order here. Amon Amarth will also hit the road in Europe later this year with machine head and The Halo effect. Get the dates below.

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9/8 – Nottingham, Arena
9/9 – Cardiff, Arena
9/10 – Loonie, Wembley Arena
9/12 – Mancheer, Arena
9/13 – Dublin, 3 Arena
9/16 – Zürich, Hallenadion
9/17 – Vienna, Adalle
9/18 – Krakow, Tauron Arena
9/20 – Tallinn, Saku Arena
21/09 – Helsinki, ice rink
9/23 – Oslo, Spektrum
9/24 – Ockholm, Hovet
9/26 – Copenhagen, Black Box Forum
9/27 – Hamburg, Barclays Arena
9/28 – Frankfurt, Fesalle
9/30 – Oberhausen, Konig Pilsener Arena
10/1 – Berlin, Velodrome
10/2 – Amerdam, Afas live
10/4 – Milan, Lorenzini district
10/6 – Barcelona, ​​Sant Jordi
10/7 – Madrid, Vialegre
10/8 – La Coruña, Colosseum
10/9 – Lisbon, Campo Pequeno
10/12 – Paris, Zeni
10/14 – Munich, Olympiahalle
10/15 – Leipzig, Arena
10/16 – Prague, Tipsport Arena
18/10 – Budape, Barba Negra
10/20 – Esch Sur Alzette, Rockhal
21/10 – Brussels, Fore National
22/10 – Uttgart, Schleyerhalle

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