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Amon Amarth Checks In With Studio Update

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Amon Amarth have posted the following studio update on the band's official website:

"Around noon today Ted finished all bass lines and added another level of heaviness to the production and, just to show his appearance, Thor brought on a little thunderstorm yesterday. It changed our bbq plans for the evening a bit, but we don't mind. Next up is Johan adding his powerful grunts. We have divided the vocals recording into two sessions so we will start with two or three days first. After that we take five days to lay down lead guitars and will continue with the vocals after that. This to make it easier for Johan's voice to last, since screaming 8-10 hours straight per day is not the easiest task!

"In other news we can also reveal that yesterday we got our first copy of the "Wrath of Norsemen" DVD [view photo] and even we are amazed!"

Source: Amon Amarth

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1. psythe writes:

(squeels like a little girl) hurry up, hurry up, hurry up, hurry up!!

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2. rulin kmadd writes:

Kornfagg listen to this band and learn this is metal 101 for you.

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3. shadow soldier writes:

holy hell amon amarth is amazing I can't wait till Wrath Of The Norsemen comes out

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