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Album: Under the Influence - EP

Artist: Amon Amarth

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 Metal Blade Records

Tracklist For Under the Influence - EP By Artist Amon Amarth

Title Artist Time
1
Burning Anvil of Steel Amon Amarth 4:27 USD 1.29
2
Satan Rising Amon Amarth 4:20 USD 1.29
3
Snake Eyes Amon Amarth 3:12 USD 1.29
4
Stand Up to Go Down Amon Amarth 3:27 USD 1.29

Reviews For Under the Influence - EP By Artist Amon Amarth

  • So Much Better Than a "Covers" Album!!!!

    5
    By rjbutchko
    The idea behind this release blows my mind. Anyone who listens to "classic" metal will easily identify what band each song is influenced by. Really, its THAT obvious, all the way down to Johann actually SINGING! If you are a fan of metal and appreciate how awesome Amon Amarth is dont hesitate to buy this EP. The only bad thing I have to say about this album is that it is only four songs. Maybe we can get more like this in the future?
  • Funny and Great

    5
    By Awesome 0
    This EP is awesome, they almost sound like covers from the original bands, but AA wrote em! this is great, BUY BUY BUYYYYYY
  • Brilliant

    5
    By Master Xasthur
    This just goes to show that Amon Amarth could have been an amazing band if they had played any other genre of metal. A seriously skilled group. And Stand Up to Go Down is hilarious! Definitely worth picking up.
  • Awesome tribute EP!!!!!

    5
    By AMCinLC
    Is there nothing this band can't do right?!?! First another great release with DOTG and now this killer EP. Well worth the cash for these awesome songs that pay tribute to 4 of the most influential bands of all time. Buy it now, you won't be disappointed!!! \m/\m/
  • Nice little release day suprise

    4
    By dalprin
    Didn't know this was coming out along with Deceiver of the Gods on release day, so the bonus four songs are a nice surprise. These 4 songs are cool tunes crafted in the vein of the four bands whose "logos" appear on the cover(if you don't know what bands they are, you obviously do NOT like metal). It's cheap and worth the few bucks it costs. Puts a smile on my face to hear Amon Amarth record these songs that sound just like the bands they are paying tribute to.

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