Fan-filmed video footage of AMARANTHE's performance at the Metal Female Voices Fest on October 22 at the Oktoberhallen in Wieze, Belgium can be seen below.
AMARANTHE is the project featuring Olof Mrck (NIGHTRAGE, DRAGONLAND), Jake E (ex-DREAM EVIL, DREAMLAND), Andy Solvestrm (WITHIN Y, EVILDOER, CIPHER SYSTEM), Morten Lowe Sorensen (THE ARCANE ORDER, SUBMISSION) and Johan Andreassen (ex-ENGEL).
The band's self-titled debut album was released in Europe on April 13 via Spinefarm Records.
AMARANTHE vocalist Elize Ryd was selected to fill the female singer spot on KAMELOT's recent European, South American and North American tours.
Elize previously performed with KAMELOT on last year's "Summer Pandemonium Tour" and the band's European trek in April/May 2010.
* Olof Mrck (NIGHTRAGE, DRAGONLAND) - Guitar, Keyboards
* Jake E (ex-DREAM EVIL, DREAMLAND) - Clean Vocals
* Andy Solvestrm (WITHIN Y, EVILDOER, CIPHER SYSTEM) - Screams
* Morten Lowe Sorensen (THE ARCANE ORDER, SUBMISSION) - Drums
* Johan Andreassen (ex-ENGEL) - Bass
* Elize Ryd - Female Vocals
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