"Uranium", which is exclusively available on Fuse on Demand, sat down with Swedish Viking metallers AMON AMARTH to talk about their last album, "With Oden On Our Side", and how they go about making music videos. The full episode is available all August long only on Fuse on Demand.
Watch a clip of the episode below.
A brand new AMON AMARTH track entitled "Twilight of the Thunder God" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page. The song is the title cut of the Swedish Swedish Viking metallers' new album and it features a guest appearance by CHILDREN OF BODOM guitarist Roope Latvala. A video for the track was recently filmed on the old Viking site, Jomsborg, home of the Jomsvikings in Wolin, Poland, with the Polish team Group 13 and director Dariusz Szermanowicz.
Check out photos from the video shoot at this location.
AMON AMARTH's new studio album, "Twilight of the Thunder God", will be released on September 19 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy; September 22 in the rest of Europe; and September 30 in North America.
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