History Music / AmonAmarth

10th Feb '17 4:17:33 PM PlasmaTalon
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* StalkerWithACrush: "A Dream That Cannot Be" is sung from the perspective of a man and a woman. The man trying to win her heart, while the woman says he can't understand that she will never be his. Telling him to leave her alone.
21st Jan '17 3:27:28 AM Theatre_Maven_3695
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%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples * CaptainObvious:
%% cont. commented out, ExplainYourExamples --> Johan Hegg: ''"This is a song about being a Viking! It's called The Pursuit of Vikings!"''

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%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples ZeroContextExample * CaptainObvious:
%% cont. commented out, ExplainYourExamples ZeroContextExample --> Johan Hegg: ''"This is a song about being a Viking! It's called The Pursuit of Vikings!"''



%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples * HornyVikings: Of course.

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%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples out ZeroContextExample * HornyVikings: Of course.



%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples * ProfessionalKiller: ''The Hero'', which is about a mercenary rejecting the notion that he is anything more than an evil man.
%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples * PunctuatedForEmphasis:
%% cont. commented out, ExplainYourExamples ** "TWILIGHT! OF! THE THUN! DER! GOD!"; though for certain not their only example.
%% cont. commented out, ExplainYourExamples ** The one shown above as well: "Sword! in! my! Hand! Axe! on my! Side! Val-hall a-waits! Soon! I will die!".

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%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples ZeroContextExample * ProfessionalKiller: ''The Hero'', which is about a mercenary rejecting the notion that he is anything more than an evil man.
%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples ZeroContextExample * PunctuatedForEmphasis:
%% cont. commented out, ExplainYourExamples ZeroContextExample ** "TWILIGHT! OF! THE THUN! DER! GOD!"; though for certain not their only example.
%% cont. commented out, ExplainYourExamples ZeroContextExample ** The one shown above as well: "Sword! in! my! Hand! Axe! on my! Side! Val-hall a-waits! Soon! I will die!".



%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples * StrictlyFormula: When you pop in a new Amon Amarth album you know ''exactly'' what you're getting. These guys are pretty much the Music/{{ACDC}} of Swedish death metal.

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%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples ZeroContextExample * StrictlyFormula: When you pop in a new Amon Amarth album you know ''exactly'' what you're getting. These guys are pretty much the Music/{{ACDC}} of Swedish death metal.



%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples * WhereIsYourXNow: Where X stands for God. "...does he hear your prayers? Does he even care for you? His silence speaks loud and clear!"

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%% commented out, ExplainYourExamples ZeroContextExample * WhereIsYourXNow: Where X stands for God. "...does he hear your prayers? Does he even care for you? His silence speaks loud and clear!"
13th Dec '16 5:32:56 AM Dragonface
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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Their songs go back and forth between 8 and 9; can sometimes go into 10.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Their songs go back and forth between 8 and 9; can sometimes go into up to 10.
13th Dec '16 5:32:35 AM Dragonface
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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Their songs range from 8 to 10.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Their songs range from go back and forth between 8 to and 9; can sometimes go into 10.
28th Jul '16 2:24:09 PM BlackSunNocturne
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* DecapitationPresentation: In "War of the Gods", the Vanir send Mimir's head to Odin's court after decapitating him in rage/retribution for Honer being a weak ruler.
-->''In a fit of violent rage\\
Mimir's blood was shed\\
And to Odin's court\\
They sent Mimir's severed head''


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* OffWithHisHead: Mentioned in "War of the Gods", this is the ultimate fate of Mimir at the hands of the Vanir. The spoken Swedish in the song reveals that Odin managed to keep his head alive however.
9th Jul '16 7:40:46 AM thatmadork
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%% commented out as ZeroContextExample, not specific * BloodKnight: A lot of characters in their songs.

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%% commented out as ZeroContextExample, not specific * BloodKnight: A lot of characters in their songs.songs. Arguably the best example is the AxCrazy protagonist of "Where Silent Gods Stand Guard":
-->The last head falls to the ground\\
No one is left alive\\
They thought that they could take me down\\
But it's not my time to die\\
I wipe the blood from my sword\\
And slide it in my belt\\
This is the sweetest of rewards\\
The best rush I have felt!


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** "The Fate of Norns" is about a Norse warrior who is mourning his six-year-old son and carrying his child's body to lay him to rest. He's completely heartbroken and his faith in the gods and the Norns is absolutely shattered, so he chooses to commit suicide by lying on his son's funeral pyre. Starts on a downer, ends on a downer.
4th May '16 9:51:21 AM Cantido
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* HeavyMeta: ''Raise Your Horns''
29th Mar '16 8:17:51 AM kawaiineko333
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* IHaveNoSon: "First Kill" has the main character of the song shunned by his father for killing the Earl's right hand man.
16th Mar '16 6:16:36 PM HDG
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* ''Jomsviking'' (2016)
26th Jan '16 3:55:32 PM Hellrespawn
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The band comprises vocalist Johan Hegg, guitarists Olavi Mikkonen and Johan Söderberg, bassist Ted Lundström and drummer Fredrik Andersson. Amon Amarth has released nine studio albums, one EP, one DVD, and six music videos.


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The band comprises vocalist Johan Hegg, guitarists Olavi Mikkonen and Johan Söderberg, bassist Ted Lundström and drummer Fredrik Andersson.Tobias Gustafsson. Amon Amarth has released nine studio albums, one EP, one DVD, and six music videos.

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