Amon Amarth has announced that they are heading out on tour around Europe and the UK this Fall. Joining them on the UK leg of the tour will Arch Enemy and Hypocrisy. For the dates and venues of this tour, check it out below.
11/14 – Vienna, AUT @ Gasometer
11/15 – Munich, GER @ Zenith
11/16 – Ludwigsburg, GER @ MHP Arena
11/17 – Prague, CZE @ Tipsport Arena
11/19 – Zurich, SWI @ Samsung Hall
11/25 – Paris, FRA @ Zenith
11/26 – Brussels, BEL @ Forest National
11/28 – Birmingham, UK @ O2 Academy (feat. Arch Enemy & Hypocrisy)
11/29 – Manchester, UK @ O2 Apollo (feat. Arch Enemy & Hypocrisy)
11/30 – London, UK @ O2 Brixton Academy (feat. Arch Enemy & Hypocrisy)
12/2 – Luxembourg, LUX @ Rockhal
12/3 – Frankfurt, GER @ Jahrhunderthalle
12/4 – Berlin, GER @ Velodrom
12/6 – Gothenburg, SWE @ Partille Arena
12/7 – Stockholm, SWE @ Annexet
12/9 – Helsinki, FIN @ Black Box
12/11 – Malmo, SWE @ Arena
12/12 – Aarhus, DEN @ SCC
12/13 – Hamburg, GER @ Sporthalle
12/14 – Oberhausen, GER @ Koning Pilsener Arena
12/15 – Amsterdam, NET @ AFAS Live
Amon Amarth has announced that they are touring around North America with Arch Enemy, At The Gates and Grand Magus this Fall. Entitled “Berserker World Tour,” you can check out the dates and venues for this trek below.
9/26 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox SODO
9/27 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
9/28 – Vancouver, BC @ PNE Forum
9/30 – Edmonton, AB @ Edmonton Convention Centre
10/1 – Calgary, AB @ Grey Eagle
10/3 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
10/4 – Denver, CO @ Fillmore Auditorium
10/6 – Minneapolis, MN @ Skyway Theater
10/7 – Chicago, IL @ The Riviera Theatre
10/9 – Toronto, ON @ Rebel
10/10 – Montreal, QC @ MTelus
10/12 – New York, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom
10/13 – Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore
10/15 – Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore
10/16 – Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
10/18 – New Orleans, LA @ The Fillmore
10/19 – Houston, TX @ House Of Blues
10/20 – San Antonio, TX @ The Aztec Theatre
10/22 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren
10/23 – Las Vegas, NV @ House Of Blues
10/25 – San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield
10/26 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Palladium
Arch Enemy have unveiled the track-listing and cover art for their upcoming cover album Covered In Blood recently. You can check both out below. The record will be release on January 18th via Century Media and features songs the band covered throughout their career.
01 – “Shout” (Tears For Fears cover)
02 – “Back To Back” (Pretty Maids cover)
03 – “Shadow On The Wall” (Mike Oldfield cover)
04 – “Breaking The Law” (Judas Priest cover)
05 – “Nitrad” (Moderat Likvidation cover)
06 – “When The Innocent Die” (Anti-Cimex cover)
07 – “Warsystem” (Skitslickers cover)
08 – “Armed Revolution” (Skitslickers cover)
09 – “Spräckta Snutskallar” (Skitslickers cover)
10 – “The Leader (Of The Fuckin’ Assholes)” (Skitslickers cover)
11 – “City Baby Attacked By Rats” (G.B.H. cover)
12 – “Warning” (Discharge cover)
13 – “The Zoo” (Scorpions cover)
14 – “Wings Of Tomorrow” (Europe cover)
15 – “The Oath” (Kiss cover)
16 – “The Book Of Heavy Metal” (Dream Evil cover)
17 – “Walk In The Shadows” (Queensrÿche cover)
18 – “Incarnated Solvent Abuse” (Carcass cover)
19 – “Kill With Power” (Manowar cover)
20 – “Symphony Of Destruction” (Megadeth cover)
21 – “Aces High” (Iron Maiden cover)
22 – “Scream Of Anger” (Europe cover)
23 – “Starbreaker” (Judas Priest cover)
24 – “The Ides Of March” (Iron Maiden cover)
The album is now available for pre-order here.
Swedish metal band Arch Enemy have shared their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “Reason To Believe” below.
Vocalist Alissa White-Gluz commented on the song:
When it came time to record the vocals for “Reason to Believe” and Michael had presented me with the lyrics, I knew I would need to get in a special mindset to ensure the right emotions would pervade my voice. I thought about the blurry moments in which I had said those exact words to myself: “Stop hurting yourself”; “They hate what they don’t understand”; “Always keep on fighting”.
I also promptly remembered how futile this self-talk was and how I only really listened when someone ELSE would say it to me. So, I thought that perhaps this song could be that “someone else” – a best friend we could all secretly share and rely upon.
I thought about who I would say these words to and how I would want them to be heard; how I needed to express them in order to get through to someone who might be as accustomed to the glass prison as I used to be. I visualized sitting down next to a familiar. icy river, face to face with someone very close to me whom I have been trying to keep afloat for decades; someone whose pain and suffering matters as much to me as my own, if not more.
I thought of how my recurrent advice only had a momentary effect and how, once we’d parted ways, the cacophonic little voices screaming the opposite would ignite.
Music, however, transmutes words into thoughts and sentences into mantras. “If I could get people to sing along they would be subconsciously performing positive self-talk”, I thought. Songs we love get stuck in our heads so we need to consider what we fill them with.
I wanted this song to be the buoy that could keep our heads above water whilst also anchoring us to the Earth; to be a reliable landmark amongst tumultuous waves and to light the way through the darkest and loneliest obscurity.
Music has a way of speaking to us the way no one else can. It gives us an intimate moment of introspection that is also shared with millions, like a collective consciousness. I have seen the power of believing in one’s self and how quickly things crumble when we don’t.
I have read and heard so many stories from people all around the world describing how they’ve found their own reason to believe through Arch Enemy and that genuinely inspires me and keeps me going. The story is far from done, so please help us help others by sharing your experience; you might be that light in the dark more than you’ll ever know.
Crazy to think that 2018 is coming to a close. Let’s celebrate with some visuals set to Reason to Believe, available now as a single!