New Amaranthe album

2012-08-19 by simonpettersen | 21 Comments
Swedish metal band Amaranthe have revealed that they will be entering Hansen Studios in Denmark with producer Jacob Hansen on September 24th to start the recording of their upcoming sophomore album.

The theme and atmosphere of the album will be 'futuristic and ultra modern', while the music itself will be instantly recognisable as Amaranthe with some 'unique twists'. The band also confirmed the song titles 'Invincible', 'Burn with Me' and 'Stardust'.

http://www.amaranthe.se/

Tagged: Amaranthe

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Shuyin
August 20th 2012
12446 Comments


the debut was kinda fun, lets hope they can improve.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 20th 2012
31999 Comments


Sweet, more cheese metal

zaruyache
August 20th 2012
9255 Comments


As long as people stop calling it "modern melodeath" I'm cool with more from this band.

Acanthus
August 20th 2012
9784 Comments


Cheese metal indeed, it's quite tasty however!

Digging: Mr Little Jeans - Pocketknife

Recspecs
August 20th 2012
9867 Comments


Since when is cheese not tasty?

Emim
August 20th 2012
26707 Comments


IF YOU HAVE 1000 REASONS TO STAY

THEN I'LL BE 1,000,000 LIGHTYEARS AWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY

Recspecs
August 20th 2012
9867 Comments


She is such a babe.

Emim
August 20th 2012
26707 Comments


Got those legs pretty wide too

Recspecs
August 20th 2012
9867 Comments


turntable.fm/mangasm

im listening to DC Talk and whatnot

Emim
August 20th 2012
26707 Comments


-_-





be right there

Recspecs
August 20th 2012
9867 Comments


FUCK YEAH m/

Dreamflight
August 20th 2012
1760 Comments


LULZ ON THE WAY!!!!!!!

Niels
August 20th 2012
45 Comments


BRUTAL

IT'S WHO I AM AND WHAT I FEEL MY LIFE IS AUTOMATIC UP IN THE AIR IS WHAT I BREATHE AND IT IS NEVER STATIC SO LIFT ME UP AND TAKE ME HIGH AND MAKE ME EVERLASTING CAUSE I AM AUTOMATIC

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
August 20th 2012
8497 Comments


Don't care about Amaranthe's music, but the singer is gorgeous.

kinslayerSOA
August 20th 2012
7 Comments


Can't wait, loved their debut. Yes it's cheesy, but it is also catchy, accessible and fun. Hoping a UK Tour comes soon after their release, never got to see them when they released their debut - though I think they only came to London anyway.

And although it has NOTHING to do with the music, Elize Ryd is absolutely gorgeous.

Dreamflight
August 20th 2012
1760 Comments


sure, but she's nothing next to Delain and ex-Xandria singers.

snerefedsav
August 20th 2012
885 Comments


band is pretty cheesy and lame, but my god, she is soooooo hot

pizzamachine
August 20th 2012
12633 Comments


I didn't expect an album so soon! :D

CakeWithCream
August 20th 2012
1031 Comments


'futuristic and ultra modern'
gonna be a dubstep album

Yazz_Flute
August 20th 2012
18929 Comments


Their music is kinda terrible but at the same time it's reeeeally catchy/fun. And yeah Elize is a babe.

thespaceforthis
August 21st 2012
518 Comments


a metal ace of base



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