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“Oden Owns You All”: See AMON AMARTH’s Epic Music Video

AMON AMARTH,

Dec 10, 2022

Posted By Tracy Fuller

I am a music enthusiast with a deep love for the energy of crowded venues, loud music, & passionate fans. I have a diverse background that includes private security, talent buying, festival security planning, & media relations. I've also worked as a camera operator for various projects, including music videos featuring notable artists like Bernz, Tech N9ne, & Krizz Kaliko. Additionally, I am a camera operator for Full Moon Features, where I contribute to the production of horror movies.

As part of a new music video release, Amon Amarth is making their cinematic video for “Oden Owns You All” available online. The video was directed by Phil Wallis and coincided with the release of their latest album called The Great Heathen Army.

You can also catch Amon Amarth on the road on one of their remaining dates with Obituary, Carcass, and Cattle Decapitation.

Remaining Amon Amarth Tour Dates:

12/9 – Denver, CO @ The Fillmore

12/10 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex

12/12 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox SODO

12/13 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater

12/15 – Wheatland, CA @ Hard Rock Live

12/16 – San Diego, CA @ SOMA

12/17 – Los Angeles, CA @ Kia Forum

Amon Amarth was formed in 1992 and takes their name from Mount Doom in J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth series of books, The Lord of the Rings. Their lyrics mostly take up Viking mythology or history and so the band has been called “Viking metal” sometimes, though they insist that they play melodic death metal music.

Amon Amarth is a heavy metal band, composed of lead guitarist Olavi Mikkonen, vocalist Johan Hegg, bassist Ted Lundström, rhythm guitarist Johan Söderberg, and drummer Jocke Wallgren. The band has released 12 studio albums, one compilation album, one EP, one video album and ten music videos over the course of their career. The first studio album, Once Sent from the Golden Hall was released in 1998. Five more releases followed before breaking through with Twilight of the Thunder God in 2008. The album debuted at No. 10 on the Swedish charts and No. 50 on the US Billboard 200 charts five years ago. Five more albums have been released since then – Surtur Rising in 2011; Deceiver of the Gods in 2013; Jomsviking in 2016; Berserker in 2019; and The Great Heathen Army in 2022.

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