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Amon Amarth premieres "Raise Your Horns" video (featuring fans, artists, and friends!) via RollingStone.com; launches contest with Grimfrost; set to kick off USA tour with Megadeth, Suicidal Tendencies, Metal Church, & Butcher Babies tomorrow



After headlining a North American tour earlier this year, and appearing at premier festivals across Europe all summer, Amon Amarth is now ready to launch their new video for "Raise Your Horns", featuring live footage from their San Diego (USA), London (UK), Paris (FR), Tilburg (NL), Berlin (DE), and Hellfest (FR) shows, as well as clips of fans, artists, and friends raising their own horns to the band! Head over to RollingStone.com now to watch the video, which includes the following guest appearances:

Zakk Wylde - Black Label Society
John DeServio - Black Label Society
Sam Didier - Blizzard Entertainment
Adam D & Jesse Leach - Killswitch Engage
Doro Pesch
Mike McKenna - NHL/AHL Goaltender
Rob Flynn - Machinehead
Jordan Mancino - Wovenwar
Colleen Schneider - Invicta FC MMA fighter
Sami Yli-Sirnio - Kreator
Johannes Eckerstrom - Avatar
Josh Elmore - Cattle Decapitation
Trevor Bauer - Cleveland Indians
Victor Brandt - Entombed A.D.
Matt Heafy - Trivium
Joakim Broden - Sabaton
Miland "Mille" Petrozza - Kreator
Daniel Tompkins - Tesseract
Kerry King - Slayer
King Diamond
Bobby Blitz - Overkill
Glen Benton - Deicide
George Parros - Violent Gentlemen / NHL Stanley Cup champion (Anaheim Ducks)
Frank Bello - Anthrax
Joey Belladonna - Anthrax
Jonathan Donais - Anthrax
Shayna Baszler - MMA fighter / Premier Wrestling
Richard Christy - The Howard Stern Show
Dave Mustaine - Megadeth
Kevin Kraft - Jason Ellis Show
Mark Tremont - Tremonti / Alter Bridge
Paul Biedermann - German world record holding Olympic swimmer
Nick Hipa - Wovenwar
David Draiman - Disturbed
Angela Hill - Invicta FC Strawweight Champion
Dan Isla - NASA JPL Systems Engineer
Jessica Pimentel - Orange is the New Black
Steve Asheim - Deicide
Adam Green - film director (Hatchet, Chillerama, Holliston)
Alan Averill - Primordial
Scott Ian - Anthrax
Grutle Kjellson - Enslaved
Rob Caggiano - Volbeat
Brian Slagel - Metal Blade Records
Don Jamieson - That Metal Show
Andy La Rocque - King Diamond
Perttu Kivilaakso - Apocalyptica
Floor Jansen - Nightwish
Niclas Engelin - In Flames
LG Petrov - Entombed A.D.
Stefan Huskens - Asphyx
Travis Ryan - Cattle Decapitation
Jose Mangin - SiriusXM Liquid Metal
Mike D'Antonio - Killswitch Engage
Biff Byford - Saxon
Paul Quinn - Saxon
Nergal - Behemoth
The Keyboard Warrior as himself

Starting today, fans also have the chance to win a Grimfrost prize pack, including their own carefully polished and cleaned top quality Viking drinking horn (which holds 4 liters, 8 pints or 128 oz)! The grand prize winner will also receive a Berserker t-shirt, Heathen t-shirt and a stainless steel Wolf King Chain with Grimfrost's Thor's Hammer necklace, all featured in the photo below. Presented by Amon Amarth in partnership with Grimfrost, the contest is open to the global public, and ends on October 10th @ 9AM PST//12PM EST//6PM CET. To enter, please visit: http://www.amonamarth.com/raise-your-horns and merely submit your email address!

Grimfrost is a Swedish company dedicated to making and selling the highest quality Viking reproductions on the market. Their products range from hand-forged axes and jewelry to beard oil and Viking inspired t-shirts. For more information, please visit: www.grimfrost.com



Continuing their worldwide tour in support of Jomsviking, Amon Amarth will head back out on the road tomorrow (Sept. 20th) to join Megadeth, Suicidal Tendencies, Metal Church and Butcher Babies on a USA tour, before appearing at the annual Knotfest with Slipknot, Slayer, Anthrax, and more on Sunday, Sept. 25th. See below for all dates!

Amon Amarth tour dates
w/ Megadeth, Suicidal Tendencies, Metal Church & Butcher Babies

Sept. 20 - Casper, WY - Casper Events Center
Sept. 21 - Magna, UT - The Great Saltair
Sept. 22 - Las Vegas, NV - The Joint @ Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Sept. 25 - San Bernardino, CA - Knotfest *
Sept. 27 - Seattle, WA - WaMu Theater
Sept. 28 - Eugene, OR - Matthew Knight Arena
Sept. 29 - San Jose, CA - City National Civic
Oct. 1 - Broomfield, CO- 1st Bank Center
Oct. 3 - Council Bluffs, IA - Mid America Recreation & Conv. Complex
Oct. 4 - St. Paul, MN - Roy Wilkins Auditorium
Oct. 5 - Hoffman Estates, IL - Sears Centre
Oct. 7 - Moline, IL - iWireless Center
Oct. 8 - Milwaukee, WI - UWM Panther Arena
Oct. 9 - Detroit, MI - Joe Louis Arena
Oct. 11 - Bethlehem, PA - Sands Bethlehem Event Center
Oct. 12 - Worcester, MA - DCU Center
Oct. 13 - Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun Arena
Oct. 14 - Newark, NJ - Prudential Center
Oct. 16 - Camden, NJ - BB&T Pavilion
*=Amon Amarth only

Amon Amarth will be touring in support of their recently released new album, Jomsviking. As the band's first concept record in their storied career, Jomsviking tells a tragic, original tale of conflict and revenge, backed by the Swedes' trademark melodic, anthemic metal - which was produced and mixed once again by Andy Sneap (Megadeth, Testament, Accept). For their efforts, Amon Amarth landed on the global charts (including a #11 spot on the USA Current Album Billboard Chart!). To purchase and preview Jomsviking, please visit amonamarth.com, where the record is available in various formats, and the videos for "At Dawn's First Light" and "First Kill" can be viewed.



Amon Amarth line-up:
Johan Hegg - Vocals
Ted Lundstrom - Bass
Johan Soderberg - Guitar
Olavi Mikkonen - Guitar
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