AMON AMARTH To Begin Working On New Album In January
Sweden's AMON AMARTH have posted the following message on their official web site:
"Well, the U.S. tour is over for this time. We've had a fucking great time during these six weeks, and we'd like to thank CHILDREN OF BODOM and their crew for a fantastic tour. Thanks also to TRIVIUM with crew, and good luck on the IN FLAMES tour. Last but not least, thanks to all you fans — old and new — who came to the shows and made every one of them a magical experiense! Special thanks to those of you who bought us beers and booze. We truly appreciate it, and we hope to see you all next time around!
"The plan now is to take a couple of weeks off, before we start working on the new album in January. The recording is scheduled for May/June this year.
"We wish you all the best for the end of this year, and a great 2006!"
AMON AMARTH's latest album, "Fate of Norns", is available on Metal Blade Records.
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