Albums Berserker
Albums Jomsviking

1. First Kill 2. Wanderer 3. On a Sea of Blood 4. One Against All 5. Raise Your Horns 6. The Way of Vikings 7. At Dawn’s First Light 8.

Albums Deceiver of the Gods

1. Deceiver of the Gods 2. As Loke Falls 3. Father of the Wolf 4. Shape Shifter 5. Under Siege 6. Blood Eagle 7. We Shall Destroy 8. Hel (featuring

Albums Surtur Rising

1. War of the Gods 2. Töck’s Taunt: Loke’s Treachery Part II 3. Destroyer of the Universe 4. Slaves of Fear 5. Live Without Regrets 6. The Last Stand of

Albums Twilight of the Thunder God

1. Twilight of the Thunder God (featuring Roope Latvala) 2. Free Will Sacrifice 3. Guardians of Asgaard (featuring Lars Göran Petrov) 4. Where Is Your God? 5. Varyags of Miklagaard

Albums With Oden on Our Side

1. Valhall Awaits Me 2. Runes to My Memory 3. Asator 4. Hermod’s Ride to Hel – Lokes Treachery Part 1 5. Gods of War Arise 6. With Oden on

Albums Fate of Norns

1. An Ancient Sign of Coming Storm 2. Where Death Seems to Dwell 3. The Fate of Norns 4. The Pursuit of Vikings 5. Valkyries Ride 6. The Beheading of

Albums Versus the World

1. Death in Fire 2. For the Stabwounds in Our Backs 3. Where Silent Gods Stand Guard 4. Versus the World 5. Across the Rainbow Bridge 6. Down the Slopes

Albums The Crusher

1. Bastards of a Lying Breed 2. Masters of War 3. The Sound of Eight Hooves 4. Risen from the Sea (2000) 5. As Long as the Raven Flies 6.

Albums The Avenger

The Avenger is the second full-length studio album by Swedish death metal band Amon Amarth, released by Metal Blade Records on September 2, 1999. It was the first Amon Amarth album with guitarist Johan Söderberg and drummer Fredrik Andersson,

Albums Once Sent from the Golden Hall

Once Sent from the Golden Hall is the first full-length studio album released by the melodic death metal band Amon Amarth, released by Metal Blade Records. On February 10, 1998, Once Sent from the Golden Hall was released. The

Artist Amon Amarth

Heavy metal is a way of life, but it is not for the faint of heart. The history of metal is strewn with fading memories of bands that fell apart