AMON AMARTH Drop New Cinematic Lyric Video for “Oden Owns You All”

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AMON AMARTH stands tall and unassailable: 30 years into a career that has seen them evolve from humble origins in the dark, dank rehearsal rooms of their native Tumba to their current status as explosive festival headliners and one of the metal world’s most widely adored bands.

Today they share the music video for the song “Oden Owns You All”, a cut taken from the band’s 12th studio album, “The Great Heathen Army”, which was released in August via Metal Blade Records. The LP was recorded with acclaimed British producer Andy Sneap, who previously worked with the band on 2013’s “Deceiver Of The Gods” and 2016’s “Jomsviking” albums.

This past February, AMON AMARTH released a standalone single, “Put Your Back Into The Oar”, an ode to the epic Viking row. The track was recorded and mixed in January 2021 at Fascination Street Studios in Sweden with producer Jens Bogren and was made available via the band’s own label Victorious Music.

AMON AMARTH teamed up with MACHINE HEAD for the “Vikings And Lionhearts” co-headlining European arena tour in September and October. The band is currently touring North America with CARCASS, OBITUARY and CATTLE DECAPITATION.

Formed in 1992, AMON AMARTH became modern metal greats the hard way. Ruthlessly dedicated to creating new music and taking it out on the road, the Swedes steadily built a formidable reputation as a ferocious live band and, as the years passed, were increasingly recognized for their recorded achievements too. Since the dawn of the millennium, AMON AMARTH has been unstoppable. Breakthrough releases like 2006’s “With Oden On Our Side” and its now-legendary follow-up, 2008’s “Twilight Of The Thunder God” further cemented their popularity throughout the metal world, while the band’s stage show evolved with each successive tour, transforming into one of modern metal’s truly great spectacles. “Berserker” brought with it an epic, history-making trek across North America with fellow Swedes ARCH ENEMY, AT THE GATES and GRAND MAGUS and saw multiple sell-outs.

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