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Amon Amarth

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Also known as Scum ('88-'92)

Country: Sweden
Label: Metal Blade Records

Links: Official Website
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Formed in: 1988

1994- Melodic death metal


1988-  Olavi Mikkonen - guitars
1991-  Ted Lundström - bass
1992-  Johan Hegg - vocals
1998-  Johan Söderberg - guitars
2016-  Jocke Wallgren [ MS user ] - drums
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1988-1991  Paul Mäkitalo - vocals
1988-1996  Nico Kaukinen - drums
1992-1998  Anders Biazzi - guitars
1996-1998  Martin Lopez - drums
1998-2015  Fredrik Andersson - drums
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2007  Steve Drennan - bass
2009  Perttu Kivilaakso - cello
2009  L-G Petrov - vocals
2016  Jocke Wallgren [ MS user ] - drums
2008  L-G Petrov - vocals
2008  Paavo Lötjönen - cello
2008  Perttu Kivilaakso - cello
2008  Eicca Toppinen - cello
2008  Roope Juhani Latvala - guitars
2011  Simon Solomon - guitars
2013  Messiah Marcolin - vocals
2016  Doro Pesch - vocals


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I enjoy myself so much when metal "connoisseurs" shit on popular bands. I mean, it's cool to be blasé towards something so many others like, isn't it? I'm glad I don't belong to this "enlightened" group of metalheads because, even though I love the underground and do believe that metal thrives because of it and is dead without it, I let myself appreciate the goods that catchiness and melody have to offer.   Review by nikarg ››
Ever since With Oden On Our Side, Amon Amarth has been steadily succumbing to softer production and less inventive songwriting, each successive album lacking something more. I can't say that Jomsviking reverses this trend, but Amon Amarth has pulled out some new tricks so as to at least slow its descent and plateau into tepid stability.   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››
Sweden's melodic death Vikings Amon Amarth is back once again with another melodic blast.

Since the release of "The Crusher" in 2001, Amon Amarth has grown in our metal society, with 2002's "Versus the World" they took even...   Review by Malcolm ››

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