05:38 - ScreamingSteelUS I wouldn't go that far, but I agree they can be repetitive. For me, it's one of those cases of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." "Twilight of the Thunder God" may be my favorite, though.
05:36 - deadone I've never liked them that much, other than Twilight of the Thunder God. Their albums come across as repetitive and monotonous and all sound remarkebly similar. AC/DC and Cannibal Corpse seem like Jethro Tull in LSD on comparison.
05:29 - ScreamingSteelUS I think it's because they are just one of the biggest names in the awards. I love Amon Amarth, but "Deceiver of the Gods" was tied for third place in that category for me.
05:25 - deadone I think Amon Amarth rule the melodeath cause not much interesting is coming out of that genre.
05:21 - Shasta Wicked Waltz just released their new full length album, Perseverance, featuring Casey Grillo from Kamelot. I would love to know what you think about it. post on their Facebook page
05:15 - ScreamingSteelUS Dudes. Since the MS Awards began, every Amon Amarth album has swept the Melodeath/Gothenburg/Ext reme Power category. They have five wins in ten years of MS Awards. That has to be some kind of record.
Ævangelist recently concluded a US tour and have now shared an unreleased song they performed during each date called "Halo Of Lamented Glory". If you want to hear an unreleased new song from the death metallers, check out the video below. Moreover, Blood Harvest Records will release a 2xLP edition of De Masticatione Mortuorum In Tumulis on February 21st.
Rejoice Ævangelist devotees because there is new music to be devoured. Yes, and it is another song from the new album Omen Ex Simulacra. This new opus, announced as the ultimate incarnation of sinister death metal, will be released on November 29th by French label Debemur Morti Productions. Until then, you can get a taste of this sonic creation by listening to "Relinquished Destiny" at this location.
US extreme metallers Ævangelist have finally unveiled the cover art that will grace Omen Ex Simulacra, their brand new second album that will be available on October 11th via Debemur Morti Productions. Take a look at the cover below which was rendered by Polish artist Andrzej Masianis.
Ævangelist have been sharing quite a bit of new music recently. After a song from the split with Esoterica, it is now time to hear "Abysscape" from their new album Omen Ex Simulacra. The 13-minute beast is streaming over here for your listening pleasure.
Blackened death metallers Ævangelist will release in the coming months their new split with Esoterica called To The Dream Plateau Of Hideous Revelation via Aurora Australis Records. Below you can check out the tracklist and cover art made by Prof. Ralph Stewart. You can also immerse yourself in the song "Omniquity".