Former AMON AMARTH Drummer's THIS ENDING Releases 'Dark Samaritan' Video

July 21, 2016

"Dark Samaritan", the new video from THIS ENDING, the Swedish death metal band featuring former AMON AMARTH drummer Fredrik Andersson, can be seen below. The clip was written, directed and filmed by Jimmy Johansson (SISTER, IRON LAMB, SWEET CREATURE, GRGA) for the Super Lino Puro film studio.

Commented the band: "Jimmy captured the essence of the song very well and managed to create an atmosphere inspired by a mix of Ingmar Bergman and Miller / Rodriguez / Tarantino, and we are thrilled with the result of this morbid creation!"

"Dark Samaritan" is taken from THIS ENDING's third album, "Garden Of Death", which was released on April 22 via Apostasy Records. The CD was produced by guitarist Linus Nirbrant at his Audiogrind studio. The cover artwork was created by Björn Gooßes of Killustrations (THE CROWN, NERVECELL, DEW-SCENTED).

The limited first edition of "Garden Of Death" also included the tracks from the "Systematic Worship" EP, which was recorded during late 2011 and released the following year.

THIS ENDING recently recruited Peter Nagy as its new guitar player. Peter is known from such acts as MÖRK GRYNING, ETERNAL OATH and HYPOCRITE, and has been a vital part of the Swedish death metal scene since the '90s.


Mårten Hansen - Vocals
Linus Nirbrant - Guitar
Peter Nagy - Guitar
Linus Pettersson - Bass
Fredrik Andersson - Drums

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