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Support Acts: Arch Enemy and Hypocrisy
Prepare for the Swedish invasion! Sweden’s heavy metal warlords AMON AMARTH are set to crash onto European shores this November and December to raid the continent with their biggest and most ambitious, must-see full production tour to date!
This epic tour comes on the heels of the victorious worldwide release of the band’s 11th studio album, ‘Berserker’ (Columbia Records/Sony Music/Metal Blade Records). ‘Berserker’ smashed into the top echelons of sales charts around the world, including debuting at #1 in Germany and Switzerland, and #2 in Austria, earning the band some of their highest chart positions to date, including in the UK.
AMON AMARTH have been steadily gathering strength and fans over the years, culminating with the stunning performance of the new album ‘Berserker’ on global album sales charts: Germany: #1, Switzerland #1, Austria #2, Finland #4, Sweden #5, Canada #5, United States #9, Belgium #18, Australia #19, Spain #20, UK #25, Norway #33, France #50, Italy #70.
Recently, the band unleashed the final clip in their trilogy of music videos for the album: “Mjolner”
Comprising 12 monstrous heavy metal anthems that burst with melodic hooks, thrilling savagery, and spine-tingling drama, ‘Berserker’ is the result of a huge surge of creativity and a collective desire to keep moving forward without compromise. From the explosive riffing of opener “Fafner’s Gold” and the brutish simplicity of the rampaging “Crack The Sky” to the epic fury of “Raven’s Flight” and the gritty storytelling of “Ironside” and “Skoll and Hati”, ‘Berserker’ is an album full of trademark AMON AMARTH bluster and bite but with every aspect of the band’s sound refined, sonically enhanced, and more potent – both in terms of metal oomph and emotional power. Capturing the spirit behind these new songs is the album’s semi-title track, “The Berserker At Stamford Bridge”: a visceral, vivid historical tale, recounting the Vikings last stand against the English army in 1066 and the mind-bending heroics of one axe-wielding warrior.
Tickets: 48 euros.
Please note that there is an additional service cost of 2 euros per ticket for tickets bought at the box office.