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Amon Amarth Posts "Slaves Of Fear" Song From New Album "Surtur Rising"

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The Deciblog has premiered the song "Slaves Of Fear," the fourth track off Amon Amarth's upcoming new full-length "Surtur Rising." Scheduled for North American release via Metal Blade on March 29th, 2011, the record marks the eighth studio offering from the band.

To hear "Slaves Of Fear" and read what drummer Fredrik Andersson has to say about the track, visit this location.

In related news, Amon Amarth front man Johan Hegg recently caught up with Metal Blade TV for a track-by-track breakdown of "Surtur Rising," named in tribute to Surtur, leader of the fire giants of Muspelheim ("flame land") and the oldest being in the nine worlds of Norse mythology. You can check out the clip below.

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1. Shoe Police writes:

Yup, sounds like Amon Amarth alright. Nothing we haven't heard before. the drum sticks hitting together at the beginning are dumb. Song sounds like a leftover from their last album.

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2. hewhoshallnotbenamed writes:

's ok, fairly typical , nothing extraordinary

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