Amon Amarth - Jomsviking

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Artist :   Amon Amarth
Album Name :   Jomsviking
Genre :   Metal
Tracks :   11
Relase Date :   25 March 2016
Country :   USA

Jomsviking (Amon Amarth) Album Songs

Song Title Artist Time
1. First Kill Amon Amarth 4:21
2. Wanderer Amon Amarth 4:42
3. On a Sea of Blood Amon Amarth 4:04
4. One Against All Amon Amarth 3:37
5. Raise Your Horns Amon Amarth 4:23
6. The Way of Vikings Amon Amarth 5:11
7. At Dawn's First Light Amon Amarth 3:50
8. One Thousand Burning Arrows Amon Amarth 5:49
9. Vengeance Is My Name Amon Amarth 4:41
10. A Dream That Cannot Be Amon Amarth 4:22
11. Back on Northern Shores Amon Amarth 7:08

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About Amon Amarth - Jomsviking Album

Jomsviking is the tenth studio album from Swedish melodic death metal band Amon Amarth. It was mixed and produced by Andy Sneap and released on March 25, 2016 through Metal Blade Records. This is the band's first concept album. Release date: March 25, 2016 Label: Metal Blade Records Genre: Melodic death metal ..

Jomsviking (Amon Amarth) Album Comments

Jomsviking (Amon Amarth) Album Reviews

  • Great Album

    Leom Flash
    I love this album from start to finish. The vocals don't always match the song. I'm convinced this would be one of the super stars of metal if they had better vocals though.
  • Awesome

    Sadegh latify
    Great you are awesome Amon Amarth , yeah i Just can say take my Money😊
  • Yes!

    name of the wind 85
    This band is amazing!
  • Another excellent album

    These guys don't change much and that's a good thing. This album is good from start to finish. A couple of tracks keep this from being 5 stars, but they can't all be 10's. Well worth a purchase.
  • I'm all for open type new music

    I don't like this band vocals are horrible no terrible perfect circle sounds better I like there beat if they made instrumental music of there albums I would buy it but don't expect me to buy there music bad vocals
  • Open Air

    I just saw these guys for the first time at the Chicago Open Air and I was instantly hooked on them. these guys are awesome live and i can't wait to see them again!!!
  • Awesome album

    Loved this album
  • Ride to battle!!

    Amon Amarth has once again done it again another amazing perfect album an absolute must buy these guys never fail to release great albums just makes you want to go out and battle!!!!
  • Phenominal!

    The first time I heard this band, I was astounded. This album is pure awesomeness, especially since it tells a story. So hyped for the next album.
  • Simply solid, no matter what

    An epic told hard that stands tall with any quest story. Listen, listen again, it masterfully unfolds on each razor-sharp beat and lyric. Not one ounce of fluff on this album, it's a tale so well-rendered, it bears repeating and repeating. Had not heard of Amon Amarth before this, and don't want to spoil anything, but this band can tell a hell of a story right up to the last note. That last note leaves the listener wanting to grab and pull it back and say, "but, wait..." Repeat. You will.

Amon Amarth - Jomsviking Album Wiki

The Jomsvikings were an order of Viking mercenaries or brigands of the 10th century and 11th century. They were staunchly Pagan and dedicated to the worship of such deities as Odin and Thor. They reputedly would fight for any lord able to pay their substantial fees and occasionally fought alongside Christian rulers. Although they were Pagan, the institutions of the Jomsvikings in some ways anticipated those of the Christian Knightly Orders of the later Middle Ages.The legend of the Jomsvikings appears in some of the Icelandic sagas from the 12th and 13th centuries. According to the sagas (particularly the Jómsvíkinga saga, King Olaf Tryggvasson’s Saga, and stories found in the Flatey Book), their stronghold Jomsborg was located on the southern shore of the Baltic Sea, but the exact location is disputed by modern historians and archeologists. Most scholars locate it on the hill Silberberg, north of the town of Wolin on Wolin island in modern day Poland. Jomsborg is thought by some researchers to be identical with Jumne, Julin and Vineta, which are mentioned in both Danish and German records from the Middle Ages.Historians still debate the accuracy of the accounts of the Jomsvikings. Since the site of their headquarters has never been conclusively located, confirming the tales of their exploits is somewhat difficult. The location of Jomsborg is a matter of debate in historical circles, due to the scarcity of primary sources. There are no contemporary sources mentioning the names Jomsvikings and Jomsborg, but there are three contemporary runestones. Reference also appears in Old Norse poetry and Lausavísur which refer to their battles. .