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Gods know, you’ll want to be swinging it to most of the songs here, even if it does land somewhat short of the last two shores. If we compare this album to the big classics of bands such as Bathory, the record fails even more. At this stage in the game, one goes into an Amon Amarth album knowing what to expect. Amon Amarth never ceases to impress. All in all, great album, decent cover, and awesome artwork though I don’t know why the Viking has a horned helmet

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I was not really a true metal head until I checked out MA few days back.

Amon Amarth – Surtur Rising Review

The band has a lot of familiar sounds to offer in terms of the way the notes are structured but it has also explored slower tempos, scale jumps and softer textures to a much greater extent.

No new converts will likely be won over by this album, but given the near universal appeal of this band, messing with a winning sound is anything but a good idea, and these Vikings show a definite preference for seeking familiar lands to plunder. It is their most musically experimental till date while also being the heaviest.

He has a very death metal sounding growl. As a thrash metal fan, I missed the killer riffs and shredding solos, but this type smarth death metal is really enjoyable.


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The limited edition offers a nice statue and two bonus tracks and there is also a third bonus song for the Ap pl e generation. The progression and somewhat interesting aspects of the last two records of the band which I liked and which convinced me to give them a chance for this one seem to be erased with this downfall. Their themes depict Norse mythology and it definitely suits the metal atmosphere.

The album’s faults lie within the tracks that could be tossed on any Amon Amarth album. I’m sure there are plenty more enticing bands and albums out this year than this drivel. What is the lifetime of the album? Is this an album that takes some time to grow and when it ultimately grows, it will be a great record? War of the Gods 2. It shows a slow side at times, but the mood is welcome and gives a feel for what the rest of the album has to offer.

And if you’re tired that they come up with little new from album to album, you’re probably going to get tired of this too. Wrath of the Norsemen.

And the solo near the end of the song The older albums often varied more and something special from time to time which isn’t the case in here. This defines the style surtyr the album overall. I think that the image and style of the band is rather silly and closed minded but I liked some of their past albums.


Amon Amarth – Surtur Rising Review

Check out the infectious main melody, which serves as a great counterpoint to the animated verses and Andersson’s fill-happy patterns. Oh, and did I mention the dvd? Drumming is more of a death metal-style with pounding speed and aggression.

Just like the Suebian brutes they so faithfully pay homage to, Amon Amarth will continue to push the envelope of brutality and excess; zmon better or worse. Bands alphabetical country genre Labels alphabetical country Reviews R. I do feel like some of the tracks on here are a little riaing.

Dutch Albums Album Top [18]. But there are no songs like the live classics “Victorious march”, “The pursuit of Vikings” or “Death in fire” on this record.

I usually skip every other Amon Amarth album, considering that whatever they did with the first album will likely remain the same with the latest album. Archived from the original on MaddoxXFebruary 24th, Rizing personal favourite is the third track, “Destroyer of the Universe”, which is really heavy and really well done. Amon Amarth has switched up the formula a little bit. Don’t believe the hype and try out other metal genres or other aamon of the same genre. Belgian Albums Ultratop Flanders [15].