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Deceiver Of The Gods - Amon Amarth - Deceiver Of The Gods (CD, Album)

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  1. Well toss "Deceiver of the Gods" into your eardrums, and you’ll want to slap some face paint on, charge into battle and crush some skulls! "Deceiver" has the lovable Amon Amarth sound, however, this album sees them sprinkling some classic heavy metal sound on their melo-death style, and it works/5().
  2. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Deceiver of the Gods [Bonus Tracks] [Limited] by Amon Amarth (CD, Jun, 2 Discs, Metal Blade) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  3. Coming off the back of an underwhelming Surtur Rising (by Amon Amarth’s standards), Deceiver of The Gods is perhaps an indication of the band becoming complacent. It appears to be the band going through the motions, as they’ve always done, only with less vigour than in their heyday. Obviously, it would be quite harsh to say this album is.
  4. Label: Metal Blade Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition Blue • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal, Viking Metal Amon Amarth - Deceiver Of The Gods (, Blue, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. Amon Amarth: Deceiver Of The Gods ‎ (CD, Album) Metal Blade Records: Europe: Sell This Version: FOCD: Amon Amarth: Deceiver Of The Gods ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, Dig).
  6. album: "Deceiver Of The Gods" () 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 Warriors Of The North.
  7. Jun 26,  · Label: Howling Bull - HWCY • Format: CD Album CD DVD DVD-Video, NTSC All RegionAll Media Limited Edition • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal, Viking Metal Amon Amarth - Deceiver Of The Gods (, CD) | Discogs/5(6).
  8. Bolder and more bottom heavy than 's Surtur Rising, Deceiver of the Gods retains the band's penchant for crafting unyielding blasts of Viking brutality, but tempers each beating with the kind of melodic artistry that can only stem from 15 years spent in the trenches. Those artful melodies imbue much of the album with a toasty patina of NWOBH and power metal, especially on standout cuts like "Father of the Wolf.

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