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Amaranthe – The Catalyst (Album Review)

Over the last decade, few modern Metal acts have achieved the success of Sweden’s Amaranthe. Not an overnight success, it has been a steady build to the top for the band; first attracting audiences with their 2011 self-titled debut, leading to an explosion of international ... Read More

Amaranthe – Manifest (Album Review)

All across the globe 2020 has presented a series of nearly endless challenges. Amid the chaos and uncertainty, one band is asking their listeners to stop and consider what kind of energy they are manifesting into the world. As massively addictive as ever, the Swedish ... Read More

Amaranthe – Helix (Album Review)

Massively addictive Metal (MAD, if you will). That is what Amaranthe stand for and what they deliver on their latest, Helix, which arrives to make you dance on Friday, October 19, 2018, thanks to the good folks at Spinefarm Records. Formed in 2008, Gothenburg, Sweden’s ... Read More

Amaranthe – Massive Addictive (Album Review)

Sweden has been a breeding ground for talented Heavy Metal bands for years now, and Amaranthe is no exception to that rule.  Forged in 2008 in Gothenburg when former Dream Evil vocalist Jake E. and former Nightrage guitarist Olof Mörck teamed up with soprano vocalist Elize Ryd, drummer Morten ... Read More