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    Amon Amarth w/ Goatwhore I The Cotillion May 16

    • Date: May 16, 2017
    • Time: 8:00 PM
    • Admission: $21.50 ADVANCE - $25 DAY OF SHOW
    • Location: The Cotillion
      11120 W. Kellogg, Wichita, KS 67209

    AMON AMARTH
    w/ Goatwhore
    TUE, MAY 16, 2017 DOORS: 7PM
    $21.50 ADVANCE - $25 DAY OF SHOW
    ON SALE
    FRI 2/03
    10:00 AM CST
    THIS EVENT IS ALL AGES
    All seating is general admission. Table reservations are available at The Cotillion or by calling 316-722-4201. Nancy's A-Maize-N Sandwiches will be here serving her Famous #8 and more! Text METAL to 49798 for updates and chances at FREE tickets! The Check Room is open during events to check your coats, hats and purses.
    Heavy metal is a way of life, but it is not for the faint of heart. The history of metal is strewn with fading memories of bands that fell apart when times were tough. But history is written by the victors, and Amon Amarth have been marching purposefully from triumph to greater triumph for the last two decades. Formed amid the fertile Swedish metal scene in the mid '90s, these dedicated diehards brought a new sense of drama and destruction to the world of heavy music, propagating tales of Viking mythology and mortal combat over a devastating soundtrack of crushing rhythms, refined melody and rousing, rebellious refrains. From the release of their debut album Once Sent From The Golden Hall in 1998, Amon Amarth's trajectory was firmly upward, as this band's devotion to touring the world and spreading their inspirational creed began to resonate with ever-growing hordes of like-minded metalheads, first across Europe and then, in true Viking style, across the Atlantic and into North America.

    It's been sixteen years since Goatwhore reared its menacing head from the swamplands of New Orleans, Louisiana — a city rife with urban tales of voodoo curses, witchcraft and hauntings by souls of the damned. Spawned by former Acid Bath/Crowbar guitarist Sammy Duet in 1997, their winding legacy follows a dramatic, at times traumatic, sequence of personnel changes, fatal injuries, paranormal activity, natural disasters, and a collection of other misadventures large and small. They say what doesn't kill you… whether driven by an unwavering commitment to their craft, pure insanity, the divine powers of Satan or perhaps a combination of the three, Goatwhore forever perseveres, inadvertently establishing themselves as one the hardest working, consistently punishing live bands of the 21st century and a true institution of heavy music.