AMON AMARTH To Play Iceland

Sweden's AMON AMARTH will play two concerts in Reykjavik, Iceland in March. "It's the first time ever for AMON AMARTH in Iceland, and we're really looking forward to the shows," the band write on their web site.

As previously reported, AMON AMARTH will enter Berno studio in Malmö in mid-May to record the follow-up to last year's "Versus The World", tentatively due in late 2004 through Metal Blade Records.

Upcoming AMON AMARTH tour dates:

Mar. 05 – Reykjavik, ICE @ Grand Rokk (w/ BRAIN POLICE, SÓLSTAFIR, CHANGER)
Mar. 06 – Reykjavik, ICE @ Tonlistarthrounarmidstodin (w/ ANDLAT, DARK HARVEST, MÚSPELL)
Feb. 28 – Granada, SPA @ Piorno Rock Festival
Apr. 03 – Istanbul, TUR @ Rock The Nation Festival
Aug. 05-07 – Wacken, GER @ Wacken Open Air 2004
Oct. 02 – Ankara, TUR @ Hippodrom / Rock Station Festival


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