Swedish metallers AMON AMARTH have posted the following message on their official web site:
"Just got off stage from the Quebec show, it was the first time for us in this city and you made us feel really welcome, thank you!! It was the perfect start for this tour, despite the problems that we had. Like the backdrop, power supply for our European equipment, and some lost items in Iceland. Fredrik [Andersson, drums] also had an incident there which forced him to seek out a hospital to get his hand sewn up; nothing major, just a couple of stitches. But nothing will stop us or interfere with our North American raid!
"Speaking of which, the two sold out shows on Iceland was absolutely amazing! A big thanks to all you crazy Icelandic metal heads for coming to the shows!
"We look forward to continue this great tour [with CHILDREN OF BODOM and TRIVIUM] with so many shows sold out already.
"See you there and remember, don't be late!"
AMON AMARTH are touring in support of their latest album, "Fate of Norns", available now on Metal Blade Records.
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