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30th November 2013


Swedish melodic Metal band, Amaranthe have released a new single, 'Invincible', plus acoustic b-side track 'Serendipity' which is available now through Spinefarm Records.

The third single from the band's sophomore album 'The Nexus' has a video directed by Patric Ullaeus who has previously worked with In Flames, Within Temptation and Europe amongst others, and was shot on location in Hollywood, Las Vegas, the Nevada desert and the Grand Canyon, and is certainly the most ambitious Amaranthe video clip to date.

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Comments guitarist Olof Mörck: "'Invincible' is probably my favourite Amaranthe song so far, and it's very exciting to see it finally becoming a single and a video! We had an absolute blast shooting it, and this time we flew in Patric Ullaeus and his crew to some kick-ass locations around the USA. People have come to expect elaborate videos from Amaranthe, but this one certainly takes the cake!"

The band was formed by Jake E and Olof Mörck and the project began taking shape when vocalists Elize Ryd and Andreas Solvestrom joined. The band released their self-titled debut in 2011 which charted in both Sweden and Finland.


Their most recent album, 'The Nexus', was released in March 2013 and also charted in both Sweden and Finland as well as the UK Rock Chart and the US Heatseeker chart.

You can watch the official video for 'Invincible' here:

You can see Amaranthe live here:
Saturday 5th April - 02 Academy Islington, London
Wednesday 9th April - Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
Friday 11th April - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Amaranthe are:
Jake E - Clean Vocals
Elize Ryd - Female Vocals
Henrik Englund - Harsh Vocals
Olof Mörck - Guitars/Keyboards
Johan Andreassen - Bass
Morten Løwe Sørensen - Drums

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