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AMON AMARTH Streams "Get In The Ring," Announces New Death Metal-Leaning Album

"Overall The Great Heathen Army is one of the heavier albums we've made."

Amon Amarth is back with a crushing new single "Get In The Ring" alongside the announcement of their new record The Great Heathen Army. The single was written for AEW pro-wrestling star Erick Redbeard, who also stars in the video for the single. The Great Heathen Army album was recorded with Andy Sneap (Judas Priest, Dream Theater, Killswitch Engage) and according to the band is one of their heaviest albums to date.

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"Overall The Great Heathen Army is one of the heavier albums we've made," said vocalist Johan Hegg. "There are some dark and heavy songs that are really powerful and in-your-face, but we obviously have some trademark melodic Amon Amarth songs on there as well, and a few surprises too. It's a really well-balanced album. It sounds great. Andy Sneap is awesome. It was great to be able to work with him again."

"We've been away making new music and we're back with new darker, more death-metal sounding album," added guitarist Olavi Mikkonen.

"If Berserker was our 'heavy metal' album, then The Great Heathen Army is our 'death metal' album. But with that said, it's still very much contemporary Amon Amarth, but perhaps style-wise we have gone back to our roots a little bit."

The Great Heathen Army is out August 5 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 – Loon, Wembley Arena
9/12 – Mancheer, Arena
9/13 – Dublin, 3 Arena
9/16 – Zurich, Hallenadion
9/17 – Vienna, Adalle
9/18 – Krakow, Tauron Arena
9/20 – Tallinn, Saku Arena
9/21 – Helsinki, Ice Hall
9/23 – Oslo, Spektrum
9/24 – Ockholm, Hovet
9/26 – Copenhagen, Forum Black Box
9/27 – Hamburg, Barclays Arena
9/28 – Frankfurt, Fesalle
9/30 – Oberhausen, König Pilsener Arena
10/1 – Berlin, Velodrom
10/2 – Amerdam, Afas Live
10/4 – Milano, Lorenzini Dirict
10/6 – Barcelona, Sant Jordi
10/7 – Madrid, Vialegre
10/8 – La Coruna, Coliseum
10/9 – Lisbon, Campo Pequeno
10/12 – Paris, Zeni
10/14 – Munich, Olympiahalle
10/15 – Leipzig, Arena
10/16 – Prague, Tipsport Arena
10/18 – Budape, Barba Negra
10/20 – Esch Sur Alzette, Rockhal
10/21 – Brussels, Fore National
10/22 – Uttgart, Schleyerhalle

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