Amulet Announce Sophomore Album

Original Article By Zippo · 1 May 2019 · Forgotten-Scroll.net

London metallers Amulet return with a new line-up and a sophomore album called The Inevitable War. Founding guitarists Marek “Heathen” Steven and Nippy Blackford put together a new line-up who then spent several years crafting a genuine “statement of intent” return. The 9 track continues the band’s song-and-riff-orientated sound but is enhanced by more variant song structures and performances.

Amulet Album Teaser

Added to the line-up are the nimble bass and keys of Sam Mackertich(ex-Deceptor), the immense laser-precise drums of Neil Ganesha, and the incredible and varied pipes of Federico “Mace” Mazza(Asgard). The consistently catchy and varied new album’s secret weapon is a big, timeless production from Nippy’s older brother Tom Blackford. Channeling classic era Martin Birch, he has helped the band capture and craft a fully realized epic sound which retains their raw edge. The album has been mastered by James Plotkin (Khanate). Previously often labelled NWOBHM, you can put Amulet’s new album in the same ballpark as Iron Maiden, Manowar, Judas Priest and 80s Black Sabbath in terms of scale and power.

Forming in 2010, the band have earned a great reputation in the underground metal world with their shows and the regularly re-pressed Cut The Crap EP, and their Century Media released debut The First in 2014. Amulet plan to take The Inevitable War to the world during 2019 and 2020.

Amulet The Inevitable War will be out on Dissonance Productions on May 17, 2019.

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Originally written for Forgotten-Scroll by Zippo.
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