AMON AMARTH frontman Johan Hegg has posted the following tour report on the band's official web site:
"Time flies when you're having fun, and time during the last three weeks has been super sonic!! Since last time we checked in we've played Salt Lake City, Seattle, Vancouver, Portland, San Fransisco, Santa Ana, Los Angeles, Phoenix and San Diego, and all of those shows has been great. Every show virtually sold out, with amazing support from the crowd. In fact, the tour has been so good, that we underestimated the amount of T-shirts we'd need, and therefore ran out in Los Angeles. Unfortunately we realized this too late and weren't able to re-stock until today in Dallas. To all of you who hoped to buy T-shirts or long-sleeves in Los Angeles, Phoenix and San Diego, we can only say we're sorry about that, and we promise to bring enough stuff next time.
"Right now we're kicking back with a couple of cold ones after the show here in Dallas. It's was great to see all you fans — old and new — and to talk to you after the show. We hope to see all of you next time!"
AMON AMARTH are currently touring North American with CHILDREN OF BODOM and TRIVIUM in support of their latest album, "Fate of Norns", available on Metal Blade Records.
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