Amon Amarth dit que Berserker surprendra les fans en bien

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Amon Amarth dit que Berserker surprendra les fans en bien
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Le groupe de Death Metal Mélodique suédois Amon Amarth dit que son nouvel album Berserker surprendra les fans en bien. En effet, c’est ce que le guitariste Olavi Mikkonen et le chanteur Johan Hegg ont affirmé dans une interview récente pour WSOU radio. La sortie de l’album est prévue pour le 3 mai 2019 via Metal Blade Records.

L’opus a été enregistré au Sphere Studios en Californie, en compagnie du producteur Jay Ruston (Anthrax, Steel Panther, Stone Sour). Le groupe a pris son temps, et il pense que l’opus surprendra les fans en bien.

I think the whole writing process was close to a year, and the actually recording was six or seven weeks. When we finally recorded the album, that was the third time we went into the studio with the songs. So we’ve been working on it more than we have done with any previous album. ‘Cause in Sweden, we went to Abyss studio twice, and that was during the spring last year. And then I think at the end of the summer, we had a studio session with Jay, the producer, in Sweden. So we tried every kind of version until the final recording. – Amon Amarth

Olavi Mikkonen ajoute qu’il aime prendre son temps quand il compose. Les idées spontanées sont biens mais elles vieillissent souvent mal d’après lui. Néanmoins, il faut faire attention à ne pas sur-travailler les idées non plus pour ne pas produire un résultat final stérile et dénaturé.

For me, musically, I think what I need is time. Spontaneous stuff is cool, but usually when you do spontaneous stuff, after a month or two months, you kind of feel, ‘Ah, that wasn’t really that good.’ So it’s good to have a lot of time between when you actually write something, and then you can put it aside and then maybe you hear it again two months later. Then you’re, like, ‘Oh, this is actually pretty good.’ Or you hear, ‘All right. This is not really that good.’ But I think there’s a golden line there somewhere where you overwork something as well, so you have to be careful so you don’t do that. – Olavi Mikkonen

Interview d’Amon Amarth pour WSOU radio :

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