Tag: Amon Amarth

Amon Amarth – The Crusher (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell After splendidly repackaging and reissuing Amon Amarth‘s first two albums, Metal Blade soldiers into the lair of The Crusher, the mad vikings’ third offering. While taking this step is logical from a

Amon Amarth – The Avenger (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell Hot off the heels of their stellar reissue of Once Sent From The Golden Hall, Metal Blade gives Amon Amarth‘s sophomore outing the same treatment. On the surface, it seems that this rapid-fire relaunching

Amon Amarth – Once Sent From The Golden Hall (Reissue) Review

originally written by Chris McDonald While some may view the reissue of such a readily available album as Amon Amarth’s debut Once Sent From The Golden Hall as excessive, I for one am happy to

Amon Amarth – Twilight Of The Thunder God Review

Chris McDonald’s take: As reliable as ice cream cake is delicious, Amon Amarth may not be the most technical, inventive, or progressive metal band around, but damn it if they aren’t as consistent as anyone

Amon Amarth – Fate Of Norns Review

To not enjoy Amon Amarth if you are a metal fan has to be akin to not enjoying oral sex if you are a human. I am willing to bet they are out there, but

Amon Amarth – Versus the World Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Amon Amarth return and with them their finest work to date. Versus the World quickly proves that 10 years of perseverance and allegiance can and will solidify precision. With surmounting