Amon Amarth and Gwar are two very different acts, the former a master of blistering death metal, the latter a 30-year veteran of the funniest piss-take metal around. Despite their differences, last night’s Sidewave at the Factory Theatre in Sydney proved that a love of metal can bring anyone together. Both acts stole the show,
Soundwave 2014 orangisers have been doing a fine job of wrangling heavy lineups for their Sidewave tours, but their latest is impossible to surpass in sheer brutality, with Sydney and Melbourne shows planned for GWAR, Amon Amarth, Satyricon, and The Black Dahlia Murder. Anyone looking to experience a GWAR live show would be well advised
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The newly renovated Hi Fi Bar (formerly the Forum) at the Moore Park Entertainment Quarter is no more, after Amon Amarth laid waste to it with a glorious performance of Viking-themed thrash/death metal. Now in their 20th year, Amon Amarth are stronger than ever, although that has not transferred to bigger album sales and bigger