2017-10-25 | Campus Indusrty, Parma



2017-10-26 | Barba Negra, Budapest



2017-10-27 | Progresja, Warsaw


Czech Republic

2017-10-28 | Masters Of Rock Café, Zlin



2017-10-29 | Simm City, Vienna



2017-10-30 | LKA Longhorn, Stuttgart



2017-10-31 | Kino Siska, Ljubljana



2017-11-02 | Cabaret Sauvage, Paris



2017-11-03 | Assembly Rooms, London



2017-11-04 | Effenaar, Eindhoven



2017-11-05 | Trix, Antwerpen



2017-11-06 | Batschkapp, Frankfurt

2017-11-08 | Kesselhaus, Berlin

2017-11-09 | Backstage, München

2017-11-10 | Hellraiser, Leipzig

2017-11-11 | Metal Hammer Paradise, Weissenhäuser Strand

2017-11-12 | Zeche, Bochum



2017-11-22 | Manifesto Bar, Sao Paulo



2017-11-24 | Teatro Vorterix, Rosario (Santa Fe)

2017-11-25 | Luna Park, Buenos Aires



2017-12-01 | Aurora Concert Hall, St Petersburg

2017-12-02 | Zil Arena, Moscow



2017-12-05 | Garage, Bergen

2017-12-06 | Folken, Stavanger

2017-12-07 | Gregers, Hamar

2017-12-08 | Rockefeller, Oslo



2018-04-28 | Västerås Rockfest Bombardier Arena – Västerås



Modern metal sextet Amaranthe, who hail from Gothenburg, Sweden, which has been a hotbed of revered metallic exports that go on to find astounding global success.

Elize Ryd – Vocals
Henrik Englund Wilhelmsson – Screams
Olof Mörck – Guitar, Keys
Johan Andreassen – Bass
Morten Løwe Sørensen – Drums

Formed as a project in 2007 by guitarist Olof Mörck and vocalist Jake E., Gothenburg, Sweden’s AMARANTHE have carved their name into the annals of metal in capital letters. Band with an exceptional vision right from the outset, Amaranthe are an institution; trailblazers of a genre they almost single-handedly forged.

According to some sources “melodic death metal” and somewhere else pegged as “metalcore” Amaranthe keeps driving genre purists loopy. Sporting three singers, each with characteristics of their own, Amaranthe constantly defies pigeonholing and sound like no one – and nothing – else. Morten Løwe Sørensen’s rhythmic thrust and Johan Andreassen’s booming low-frequency assault lay the foundation to Olof Mörck’s surgically precise, almost machine-like guitar riffing and layers of lush, contemporary keyboards. Timeless, glistening pop choruses coated with an icing of three layers of sublime singing from Elize Ryd’s emotive, angelic voice and Henrik Englund Wilhelmsson’s screams combine for a mix of edgy, powerful melodic music that is not only unique and unforgettable, it’s trend-setting and inimitable as well. Amaranthe has already proved they’re the next step in the evolution of metal.

After seeing major labels chomping at the bit that was their one song Myspace demo in 2008, in April 2011 their eponymous debut album was released via the prestigious metal hotbed Spinefarm Records to worldwide acclaim, charting high in Sweden and Finland. Right off the bat throbbing to the pulse of the digital music revolution, “Amaranthe” was the 84th most played album on Spotify in the whole world, counting all genres. After a completed run of 92 live shows after the release of their eponymous debut, the sextet returned to Hansen Studios in Ribe, Denmark where the Amaranthe magic has been plucked from the air since the days of the debut album.

March 2013 saw the release of “The Nexus” where everything was upped a notch. Featured was more of the band’s innovative mix of melodic pop, harsh screamo metal, and techno-influenced hard rock. Extensive touring followed, more chart entries garnered (Top 10 entries
both in Sweden and Finland, #12 on US Billboard Heatseeker chart etc.).

Now their career on an ever-upward trajectory, October 2014 saw the release of Amaranthe’s 3rd outing MASSIVE ADDICTIVE. Third time seemed to be the charm, as the album immediately charted in six countries, even manning the pole position on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. The album also yielded Amaranthe’s first major single hit with “Drop Dead Cynical”, which stayed several weeks at the top of USA’s premier rock station, Sirius XM Octane, and had massive airplay all around the world.

The band’s fourth album “Maximalism” was released in October 2016. The album charted everywhere, reaching #1 on the Billboard Heatseakers, Top 100 Billboard, #3 in Finland and even charted in Canada. Maximalism took a small, tiny step closer to pop on some of the songs, with the first single “That Song” managing to incorporate pop with metal. Other singles “Fury” and now the latest, “Boomerang” have all received massive radio play and even larger Spotify plays.

Followers and copycats come and go, but Amaranthe remains the leader of the pack.

Amaranthe - Press Kit