AMON AMARTH To Be Featured On Tonight's 'Rebel Access' TV
Swedish "Viking" metallers AMON AMARTH will be the featured band on tonight's (March 30) "Rebel Access" TV, which airs at 10:00 p.m. on Channel 19 all over the Chicagoland area. The program will include an interview along with performance footage shot while the group was in Chicago.
"Rebel Access" features a band one week and plays the hardest "in-your-face" music videos in Chicago the next week.
For more information, visit www.rebelaccess.com.
AMON AMARTH is scheduled to enter Fascination Street Studios in rebro, Sweden in May with producer Jens Bogren to begin recording its new album for a late 2008 release via Metal Blade Records.
Fan-filmed video footage of AMON AMARTH performing the song "Fate of Norns" live at the Medley in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on December 5, 2007 can be viewed below. The track was dedicated to the memory of DECAPITATED drummer Witold "Vitek" Kieltyka, who died on November 2 in a Russian hospital from injuries sustained in a road collision. He was 23 years old.
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