Amon Amarth - Berserker

Amon Amarth - Berserker album wiki, reviews
Artist :   Amon Amarth
Album Name :   Berserker
Genre :   Metal
Tracks :   12
Relase Date :   03 May 2019
Country :   USA

Berserker (Amon Amarth) Album Songs


Song Title Artist Time
1. Fafner's Gold Amon Amarth 5:00
2. Crack the Sky Amon Amarth 3:50
3. Mjölner, Hammer of Thor Amon Amarth 4:43
4. Shield Wall Amon Amarth 3:47
5. Valkyria Amon Amarth 4:44
6. Raven's Flight Amon Amarth 5:21
7. Ironside Amon Amarth 4:31
8. The Berserker at Stamford Bridge Amon Amarth 5:15
9. When Once Again We Can Set Our Sails Amon Amarth 4:26
10. Skoll and Hati Amon Amarth 4:28
11. Wings of Eagles Amon Amarth 4:04
12. Into the Dark Amon Amarth 6:48

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Berserker (Amon Amarth) Album Reviews

  • Much respect to Amon Amarth!

    Critiqal
    5
    EPIC as always
  • Мелодично и зловеще…

    Aging Neophyte
    5
    Варяги, которые никогда не разочаровывают!
  • Amon amarth are back huge fan thanks

    Rocker2018
    5
    cool new album just cant wait there single was great
  • Always exceeding expectations!

    Krys-86
    5
    Amon Amarth never disappoints! 🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻
  • AMON AMARTH

    dat boi evil
    5
    nuff said
  • Terrible :

    stevethequen
    1
    I hate it
  • HELL YES!!!

    Mortal Kombat Kraver
    5
    Everything on itunes’ featured music is comparable to dog SHlT
  • Great!!

    ScarraLti
    5
    Can’t wait for your new album!!!!
  • Melodic Death Metal!

    Deathmetal Medusa
    5
    Can’t wait for this! 🤘🤘🤘
  • 🤘🤘🤘

    LitCityBeats
    5
    ravens flight is great can’t wait to hear the rest

Amon Amarth - Berserker Album Wiki

In the Old Norse written corpus, Berserkers (or "berserks") were said to have fought in a trance-like fury, a characteristic which later gave rise to the modern English word "berserk." Berserkers are attested to in numerous Old Norse sources, as were the Úlfhéðnar ("wolf-coats")..