Swedish death metallers AMON AMARTH have partnered with Swedish video game developer and publisher Ride & Crash Games AB to unleash a new mobile video game.
The Game. You are Thor and your mission is simple: cleanse Midgard from all of the vile creatures that are threatening the (*ahem*) peaceful Viking way of life. There are three keys to ensure your success: (1) your hammer, Mjölnir; (2) your control of the freakin’ thunder and lightning!; and (3) your fighting spirit is always high thanks to Amon Amarth’s epic music in retro style blasting from over the horizons and into your ears. The unique game features four worlds, four epic battles, 12 unique levels and 13 different Amon Amarth tracks with retro video game sounds!
Levels (and corresponding Amon Amarth tracks):
- Level 1: The Pursuit of Vikings
- Level 2: Raise Your Horns
- Level 3: Father of the Wolf
- Level 4: Death In Fire
- Level 5: The Way of Vikings
- Level 6: Asator
- Level 7: Twilight of the Thunder God
- Level 8: Destroyer of the Universe
- Level 9: First Kill
- Level 10: Guardians of Asgaard
- Level 11: Deceiver of the Gods
- Level 12: As Loke Falls
Tracklist: ‘The Cure in Orange’
1. Intro: The Glove, “Relax”
2. “Shake Dog Shake”
3. “Piggy in the Mirror”
4. “Play for Today”
5. “A Strange Day”
7. “Kyoto Song”
8. “Charlotte Sometimes”
9. “Inbetween Days”
10. “The Walk”
11. “A Night Like This”
13. “One Hundred Years”
14. “A Forest”
16. “Close to Me”
17. “Let’s Go to Bed”
18. “Six Different Ways”
19. “Three Imaginary Boys”
20. “Boys Don’t Cry”
22. “Give Me It”
23. “10:15 Saturday Night”
24. “Killing an Arab”
25. Outro: The Chiffons, “Sweet Talking Guy”
Academy Award-winner Ron Howard’s highly anticipated documentary feature film about The Beatles’ phenomenal early career The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years.
Featuring rare and exclusive footage from the early Beatles’ journey in the days of The Cavern Club in Liverpool to their last concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco in 1966.
The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years is based on the first part of The Beatles’ career (1962-1966) – the period in which they toured and captured the world’s acclaim.
Ron Howard’s film will explore how John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr came together to become this extraordinary phenomenon, “The Beatles.”
Black Sabbath song ‘Fairies Wear Boots’ with Corey Taylor and Zakk Wylde
Recorded Live at Day On The Green at Oakland Stadium, Oakland, CA on August 31st, 1985
Recorded live on February 6, 2016 during “The Night Before” at AT&T Park in San Francisco, CA.
Dave Grohl, Robert Trujillo, Dave Lombardo, and Phil Anselmo perform the Motörhead Classic at Dimebash 2016 in Hollywood at a bowling alley
El documental Daft Punk Unchained traza la carrera del dúo. Cantidad rara que se extrae que proponemos para descubrir anteriormente. Estamos en 2006 y Daft Punk estamos preparando para demostrar ante más de 40.000 personas en el festival de Coachella. Un espectáculo que seguirá siendo uno de los más memorables de su carrera.
Essential facts about the Pantera legend
This day in 2004 the bona fide guitar hero Dimebag Darrell was murdered on stage. Today at Metal Hammer we’re paying homage to the legend, and here are just a few things you need to know about him…
- As with Eddie Van Halen, Dimebag actually started off behind the drum kit, before finding his way onto the guitar at the age of 12.
- The first live show he ever saw was Kiss, and he also joined the Kiss Army.
- Dimebag was buried with bottles of Crown Royal, plus one of Eddie Van Halen’s guitars. This was an original 1979 yellow and black Bumblebee Charvel Hybrid VH2 guitar, the same one featured on the inside sleeve for the Van Halen II album.
- Dimebag created the Black Tooth Grin, which became Pantera‘s official drink. This featured two shots of Seagrams 7, two shots of Crown Royal and a dash of Coke. The name of the drink comes from the lyrics for the Megadeth song Sweating Bullets.
- Dimebag was a massive Ace Frehley fan. He had a tattoo of the guitarist’s face on his chest. This was signed by Ace, and subsequently turned into a tattoo by Dimebag.
- Dimebag’s original ambition wasn’t to be a guitarist, but a film maker.
- Dimebag got a Dean ML guitar after winning a number of local guitar contests. He sold it to guitar maker Buddy Blade, who painted on then signature lightning bolt logo, and gave it back to Dimebag years later.
- When asked by his father one year whether he wanted a BMX bike or a guitar for his birthday, he chose the former. But then he heard Black Sabbath for the first time, regretted his decision and tried to get the bike swapped for a guitar.
- Dimebag played guitar solos on four Anthrax songs: Riding Shotgun, Inside Out, Strap It On and Cadillac Rock Box. Anthrax referred to him as their sixth member.
- Dimebag once said that the worst advice he ever got from his musician dad, and that was to “play by the book”.