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Follow Your Heart

by Christopher Amott

Solo album of Arch Enemy guitarist Christopher Amott, on which he has taken vocal responsibilities in addition to guitar. This album shows him breaking new ground in his repertoire with a varied collection of psychedelic blues/rock songs.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Tibet
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2. Holy Mountain
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3. Kilimanjaro
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4. In the Pale Moonlight
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5. Track #5
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6. Space Song
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7. From Here To There
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8. Lifeline
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Album Notes
Christopher Amott started his career in music in 1995 as a founding creative force and guitarist in Arch Enemy, a death metal band hailing from his home country of Sweden. In this context, he is known for his tastefully technical guitar work and memorably emotive playing style.

After garnering his early success, Christopher had the desire to express himself on a personal level in the same genre. At this time he began writing albums under the name Armageddon. Christopher wrote and recorded three albums over the next few years as Arch Enemy grew into an internationally recognized act, with his compositions featuring his own vocal stylings on the last album. This would be Christopher's first foray into singing and a spark of inspiration for his later musical ventures.

In 2008, Christopher began to consider his creative options as a mature musician. He began writing songs of an entirely different atmosphere, which saw his guitar playing focused less on technical ecstasy and more on a chord-based blues rock ambience as a foundation for more prominent vocal and lyrical ideas. These compositions developed into his next solo project; the album would be called Follow Your Heart, released under his own name in 2010.


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