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  • Audio CD (June 25, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • ASIN: B00CEJ2H6K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (128 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,723 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Deceiver of the Gods
2. As Loke Falls
3. Father of the Wolf
4. Shape Shifter
5. Under Siege
6. Blood Eagle
7. We Shall Destroy
8. Hel
9. Coming of the Tide
10. Warriors of the North
Disc: 2
1. Burning Anvil of Steel
2. Satan Rising
3. Snake Eyes
4. Stand Up to Go Down

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Contained in mock patina, embossed and spot varnished flip top box is the full-length CD in a stunning six panel digipak with booklet, plus the Under the Influence four song EP which features NEW Amon Amarth songs that pay homage to the pioneering metal artists that influenced them. Under the Influence EP is held in a slim wallet with a four-panel fold out poster.

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Someone has made a mod so that you can now play Skyrim as Amon Amarth the band who, surely, are most appropriate for the fantasy/action RPG. You can find the band s members all hanging out at the back of Jorrvaskr, which is a mead hall that is also the headquarters for a group of mercenaries known as The Companions. Which, I d like to think, probably is where the dudes from Amon Amarth would hang out if the world of Skyrim was real. --MetalSucks.net

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Of course, it's really good stuff!!
Mike Bass
Quite a great album full of heavy songs with great lyrics and riffs.
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One of the best albums I have heard.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Supa11 on June 25, 2013
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Put on your helmet and grab your battle axe....holy cow I like this album! I am not sure I have liked an Amon Amarth album as much as this after only one listen. Normally, their albums tend to grow on me over time with maybe a few standout tracks. I am not exactly sure why this album struck such a chord (no pun) with me out of the gate; but I think I know why. First, it seems to me this album is a little 'heavier' in the bass department than previous efforts; which is something that seems to fit my musical preference. Secondly, I find the guitar work/sound to be heavier than previous efforts. Having always been a metal head, I do like my 'chugging' metal chords/riffs and I find that element to be more present in this album compared to previous efforts. The melodic guitar and harmonies typical of Amon Amarth is still present; you just get to bang your head a little more than usual. Lastly, in past albums there have always been 3-4 songs I either didn't care for or found to be only 'so-so'. This time around, there is only 1 such track. So, for me this album is a BIG win. If you are already a fan of Amon Amarth, this album is a no-brainer. My favorite tracks so far are 'We Shall Destroy', 'Warriors of the North', and 'Hel'.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Steven Taylor on June 26, 2013
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GET THE SPECIAL EDITION. The extra disc is an EP where they play four original songs in the styles of Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Motorhead and AC/DC, and those songs a great. More than the extra stuff, this album is killer. Fast, melodic and just perfect. I was already expecting a lot from this, but it blew away all my expectations. As fan of Amon Amarth, metal and good musicianship, this album leaves nothing to be desired.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Hill TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 4, 2013
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It's time for a new Amon Amarth album, which basically means you're going to get your teeth kicked in, but always with a classy touch of melody. We know these guys don't change much, and those of us who are fans love them for that. Why? Because they've never failed to deliver riffs that sound old but new, familiar but different, similar but not the same. While some bands tend to get stale over time when they don't evolve, Amon Amarth just keep producing one excellent album after another. Every time out, they add a couple of new touches, but nothing that changes the essential sound or style of the band. For Deceiver of the Gods, they got producer Andy Sneap, who, in my opinion, gave them a more crisp and thrashy sound than their other albums. Besides that, I'm hearing more Gothenburg on this one than Surtur Rising, making more of it sound like old Amon Amarth to me. I thought they de-emphasized that angle on Twilight of the Thunder God and Surtur, but it's back on several tracks here.

The deluxe edition of this CD also boasts a notable experiment. The band recorded new original songs for an EP called Under the Influence, but in the styles of Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Motorhead, and AC/DC. It could have come out like crap, but these tracks are sticking in my head more than the regular album so far. They absolutely nailed the core sound of each band, not just musically, but in some cases vocally and even lyrically. They lyrics, main riff, and chorus of the AC/DC-style song especially replicates the spirit of that band. I had to Google after I listened to it to see if these were maybe covers of obscure demo songs or something. These guys have offered just about everything they possibly can on their deluxe editions, so it's cool to see them being innovative and still working to give their fans something extra that actually has value. Great album, great EP.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By CD CGO on January 14, 2014
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After listening to this, I now have a full blown beard (which I could not previously grow at all!) and my testosterone has boosted a thousandfold. I now feel like building a ship, and sailing the Seven Seas in search of pillage and plunder, all the while sitting on the deck with the wind and snow in my face.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By tetsugin on June 25, 2013
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Amon Amarth has once again delivered a powerhouse of an album! My wife and I had been waiting a loooong time for this to come out. We are just fascinated with the way Amon Amarth brings to life the Viking Lore. The title track is awesome, with a fast galloping beat and strong death growls. I can almost feel the hooves of my horse beneath me as I ride into Battle. Tracks 9 and 10 are amazing Metal Slabs of Power and Strength. If you listen to any type of metal music this should be required hearing. Now come... put on your chainmail, unsheathe your sword, get on your horse and ride into the fray! Incredible. Just incredible! Can't wait to see them in concert.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael on July 5, 2013
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I'm surprised at all the negativity towards Surtur Rising. I always liked that one has much as Twilight Of The Thunder God and With Oden On Our Side (all produced by Jens Bogren!), but to be honest, I like just about every album they've ever done. Does that mean that they can do no wrong? Not exactly. If anything, I feel that Fate Of Norns was pretty bland when I first listened to it. I don't dislike it though. Deceiver Of The Gods sees the band changing producers, which is nothing new. I guess that they were feeling too comfortable working with the same guy. Hypocrisy frontman Peter Tägtgren produced the first three albums, Berno Paulsson did Versus The World and Fate Of Norns, and Jens Bogren did the last three. Andy Sneap (Megadeth, Testament, Kreator, Exodus) was chosen to produce the new album. Given the style of production and mixing/mastering done by Andy, it seems to fit with Amon Amarth's music. In a recent review I did for Killswitch Engage's new album Disarm The Dissent, I noted that there has been some naysay towards Andy over his mixing/mastering. More comments have arisen, but trust me. Just about everything he's touched is solid metal. Don't believe it? Listen to this album.

Also look out for the new Carcass album, which was also mixed by Andy Sneap.
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