Sorrow Throughout The Nine W.. - Amon Amarth Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Amon Amarth / Audio CD released 1999-12-06 at Pulverised
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by - written on 14/01/08 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Amon Amarth's first official recording is classed as an E.P. for its comparatively short playing time, but as these five exclusive songs simultaneously introduce and perfect the Swedish band's distinctive sound, it could rightfully be considered their debut, and an indispensible purchase for melodic death metal fans. The notion of a 'melodic' branch of death metal is likely to cause some amusement to anyone who has experienced the genre in its most brutal, ear-piercing forms, but as with most off-shoots the transition was fluid and inevitable. Rather than base their grinding guitar riffs, blasting drums and discordant, squealing guitar solos on thrash bands ... Read the complete review
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