New Amon Amarth Video

2014-01-18 by demon of surveillance | 27 Comments
Amon Amarth has made the long-awaited music video for their track "Father of the Wolf" available to watch on Youtube. The video premiered in Las Vegas at the first show of their current US tour with support from Enslaved and Skeletonwitch. The song comes from their 2013 album Deceiver of the Gods.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwdcFVsmYtU

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TheSlenderMan
January 18th 2014
606 Comments


I came buckets.

MO
January 18th 2014
21580 Comments


sweet

1992
January 18th 2014
160 Comments


this is actually really cool


skoopy48
January 18th 2014
1857 Comments


That was long, but neat.

Crysis
Emeritus
January 18th 2014
17222 Comments


really doesn't get much better than that, amon amarth rule

ResidentNihilist
January 18th 2014
1292 Comments


yep johann hegg is pure 100 x distilled viking

tacos N stuff
January 19th 2014
1971 Comments


awesome

Vakarian12
January 19th 2014
4082 Comments


Sweet m/

TheDarkestNight
January 19th 2014
174 Comments


Song rules, video rules, album rules, discography rules, band rules.

ZippaThaRippa
January 19th 2014
9593 Comments


Cheesy as fuuuuuuuuuuuuck. Fun guitar solos though

Judio!
January 19th 2014
8345 Comments


Probably the best song off Deceiver. Music video is epic as hell, as expected. Awesome.

Inferis
January 19th 2014
456 Comments


johann hegg is pure 100 x distilled viking [2]

GringoSuave89
January 19th 2014
1117 Comments


after my Viking Mythology class, I appreciate Amon Amarth on a whole new level. Awesome video.

Digging: Gorillaz - Humanz

adr
January 19th 2014
11507 Comments


Song rules, video rules, album rules, discography rules, band rules. [2]

linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
January 19th 2014
2375 Comments


Epic and brilliant.

RangerTaffles
January 19th 2014
298 Comments


The definitive Viking experience

BigPleb
January 19th 2014
49840 Comments


^^^

kaparoni
January 19th 2014
273 Comments


Nice ! Too long though

dante1991
January 19th 2014
616 Comments


Holy fucking shit, that was awesome! This is a great album, my 2nd favourite by Amon.

kaparoni
January 19th 2014
273 Comments


Number 3 in my favorite albums for 2013

CK
January 19th 2014
6104 Comments


Song's boring

demon of surveillance
January 19th 2014
905 Comments


Cheesy but so awesome. I'm really excited to see them with Enslaved.

Makemebad35
January 19th 2014
836 Comments


fun epicness. awesome.

adace1
January 19th 2014
231 Comments


Song rules, video rules, album rules, discography rules, band rules. [3]

Hyperion1001
Emeritus
January 19th 2014
19975 Comments


hate this band but the vid was pretty sweet

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
January 19th 2014
32190 Comments


That "Thor stealing my thunder" line line was cheesy as all hell, but other than that this was suitably epic. I feel more manly having watched it

Puckoff
January 20th 2014
109 Comments


Siicck.



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