FRANTIC AMBER: Performance Footage From 'P3 Guld'

Video footage of the Stockholm, Sweden-based "melodeath" metal band FRANTIC AMBER performing the song "Doomed To Walk This Earth" at "P3 Guld" — Swedish radio station P3's annual music awards ceremony — on January 21 at Lisebergshallen in Gothenburg, Sweden can be seen below.

FRANTIC AMBER recently recruited a new drummer — and its first male member — Erik Röjås. Erik has been performing with the band since last year's Sweden Rock Festival and accompanied the group on its second tour of Russia in September.

FRANTIC AMBER is currently recording its second EP with producer Ralph Santolla (guitarist for such acts as DEATH, DEICIDE, OBITUARY, ICED EARTH) for a spring release.

The P3 Guld award in the "Best Rock/Metal Album Of The Year" category went to GRAVEYARD. Also nominated for the "Rock/Metal" award were IN FLAMES, OPETH, ARCH ENEMY and THE HAUNTED.

Photo credit: Richard Nilsson, RN Bild


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