Amaranthe Announces New EP, Video On the Way; Fall Tour Still On

Courtesy: Spinefarm Records

Courtesy: Spinefarm Records

Amaranthe will release a special treat for its fans later this month just in time for Halloween.

The members of Amaranthe announced recently that the band will release a new compilation record for its fans later this month. The record, Breaking Point: B-Sides 2011 – 2015, will be released on Friday, October 30th. While it is a great treat for fans, there is a little trick involved here, too. The eight-track collection will be available online only. It will contain six acoustic renderings of songs featured in previous Amaranthe albums and two fully electric compositions, ‘Breaking Point’ and ‘Splinter in My Soul.’ In regards to the collection’s upcoming release guitarist Olof noted the difficulty in finding the band’s bonus tracks and b-sides. So the band decided to put together a record that would serve as what its members felt would be a good representation of those songs. “As some of you know, AMARANTHE has recorded quite a few b-sides and bonus tracks throughout the years,” he said. “We’ve always tried to keep the quality high, as something extra for our fans, but until now a lot of these tracks have been hard-to-find rarities, and quite spread out. We are now very excited to release a collection of some of the best b-sides and bonuses: Breaking Point: B-sides 2011-2015. It focuses on some of the best acoustic renditions of fan favorites as well as a couple of originals from the early days! Enjoy this rare and different side of AMARANTHE!” The full track listing for the band’s upcoming compilation is noted below.


1. “Hunger” (Acoustic)
2. “Afterlife” (Acoustic)
3. “Amaranthine” (Acoustic)
4. “Burn With Me” (Acoustic)
5. “Trinity” (Acoustic )
6. “True” (Acoustic)
7. “Breaking Point”
8. “Splinter In My Soul”

Along with the announcement of its upcoming EP, the band also announced that it will premiere its latest video soon. The video will accompany the song ‘True,’ which was included in the band’s 2014 album Massive Addictive. The band will return to the U.S. later this month just ahead of the debut of its upcoming EP for its Massive Collision Tour, which kicks off on October 29th in Atlanta, Georgia. The tour includes a pair of dates early on in North Carolina on October 30th and November 1st in Jacksonville and Charlotte respectively. The full schedule of dates for the band’s upcoming tour is listed below.


10/29: Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
10/30: Jacksonville, NC @ Hooligans
11/1: Charlotte, NC @ Amos Southend
11/4: New York, @ Webster Hall (Marlin Room)
11/5: Stafford Springs, CT @ Palace Theater
11/6: Manchester, NH @ Jewel Nightclub
11/7: Montreal, QC @ Theatre Fairmount
11/8: Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre
11/10: Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
11/11: Cleveland, OH @ The Odeon
11/13: Flint, MI @ Machine Shop
11/14: Green Bay, WI @ The Sandlot Entertainment Complex
11/15: Arlington Heights, IL @ HOME Bar
11/17: Sauget, IL @ Pop’s
11/18: Little Rock, AR @ Juanita’s
11/19: Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
11/20: McAllen, TX @ Cine El Rey
11/21: Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill
11/24: Santa Ana, CA @ The Yost Theater
11/27: Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
11/28: Reno, NV @ Knitting Factory
11/29: San Jose, CA @ Rockbar Theater

More information on Amaranthe’s upcoming EP and tour is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news at:




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