You Can Be In AMON AMARTH's Video For 'Raise Your Horns'

You Can Be In AMON AMARTH's Video For 'Raise Your Horns'

Swedish death metallers AMON AMARTH are inviting fans around the globe to be a part of their forthcoming video for the song "Raise Your Horns". The clip will include footage of the band performing in multiple countries, plus the fans raising their horns to AMON AMARTH!

Do you have a wall plastered with AMON AMARTH and other metal posters? Did you just attend a live show or are going to one soon? Send the band clips of you and your friends raising your horns to the band for a chance to be included in the video.

Clips should be e-mailed to [email protected] YouTube links should include #RaiseYourHorns in the title.

Submissions are requested to be sent in by May 27. The video is tentatively scheduled for a June release.

"Raise Your Horns" is taken from AMON AMARTH's tenth studio album, "Jomsviking", which debuted at No. 19 on The Billboard 200, having shifted 21,000 equivalent album units in the week ending March 31.

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).

In terms of pure album sales, "Jomsviking" opened with 20,000 copies.

"Jomsviking" was released on March 25 via Metal Blade in North America and Sony Music internationally. The first concept record in AMON AMARTH's storied career tells a tragic tale of love and revenge, backed by the Swedes' trademark melodic, anthemic metal, which was produced and mixed once again by Andy Sneap (MEGADETH, TESTAMENT, ACCEPT) and also features special guest session drummer Tobias Gustafsson (VOMITORY). The epic original story is set in the world of the Jomsvikings, the legendary order of mercenary Vikings.

AMON AMARTH's North American tour features support from fellow Swedes ENTOMBED A.D. and young USA metal upstarts EXMORTUS.


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