Amon Amarth Reveals New Album "Deceiver Of The Gods" Details
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Melodic death metal heroes Amon Amarth are pleased to unveil the details of their ninth studio album. Titled "Deceiver of the Gods," the offering was recorded at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, U.K. and produced, mixed, and mastered by Andy Sneap.
The cover art was, once again, completed by Tom Thiel and depicts a mythical battle between the Norse Gods Loki & Thor. Fans will also recognize a special appearance on this album with Messiah Marcolin (Candlemass) providing guest vocals for eighth song, "Hel."
"Deceiver of the Gods" will be released in North America via Metal Blade Records June 25th, in Europe June 21st/24th and Japan on June 26th. Comments vocalist Johan Hegg:
"We feel very excited about this new album, and personally I feel that Deceiver of the Gods is the strongest album we've ever done. By far! I'm confident that all our fans will enjoy this 'punch-in-the-face-of-a-record!"
Opening title track and first single, "Deceiver of the Gods" is currently streaming at the band's official Metal Blade page where you'll also find special pre-order info. The track listing is:
01. Deceiver of the Gods
02. As Loke Falls
03. Father of the Wolf
04. Shape Shifter
05. Under Siege
06. Blood Eagle
07. We Shall Destroy
09. Coming of the Tide
10. Warriors of the North
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