Russia’s Classic Rock magazine has uploaded a 10-minute video report on AMARANTHE‘s December 13, 2014 concert at club Volta in Moscow. You can now watch it below (clip directed by Inna Ford).
AMARANTHE‘s third album, “Massive Addictive”, was released on October 21, 2014 via Spinefarm Records. The CD was tracked at Hansen Studios in Ribe, Denmark with producer Jacob Hansen (VOLBEAT, EPICA) at the helm.
The 12-song album is a flawlessly executed clinic of masterfully and carefully crafted European metal, boasting Olof Mörck‘s surgically precise riffs and soaring solos alongside Morten Løwe Sørensen‘s rhythmic thrust and Johan Andreassen‘s booming low-frequency assault. Elize Ryd‘s vocals are as emotive and empowering as ever, filling the room, while Jake E‘s melodic vocals are an outpouring of power. New screamer Henrik Englund Wilhelmsson puts his stamp on the material, as well.
The sound is both massive and addictive, from the unforgettable, driving sounds of “Drop Dead Cynical” to the anthemic title track to the stadium-sized soar of “Digital World” to the emotionally haunting power semi-ballad “True”. “Massvive Addictive” is an exercise in dynamics and is one that refuses to play by any sort of genre-specific, prescribed rules.
“We have lived and breathed this album every hour and every day the last year, and to know that this music is about to reach everyone’s ears is beyond exciting,” guitarist Mörck enthused about “Massive Addictive”. “Following the first leg of the ‘Nexus’ world tour, we sat down and agreed that we wanted the next album to be really fresh, new and even to raise a few eyebrows, all while retaining our signature sound.”
He continued, “‘Massive Addictive’ is in every way that huge leap forward we wanted to achieve and the album definitely contain our strongest song writing to date. The press often asks us to ‘describe the album with three words’; this time, the answer is simple — it’s MASSIVE, it’s ADDICTIVE, and most importantly, it’s AMARANTHE!”
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