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|1.||The Temple of the Crescent Moon||05:33||Show lyrics|
|2.||Equinox of the Gods||04:35||Show lyrics|
|3.||Until the Hellhounds Sleep Again||04:07||Show lyrics|
|4.||Will They Come?||05:13||Show lyrics|
|6.||Summertime Is Gone||03:53||Show lyrics|
|7.||Katarraktis apo Aima||02:43||Show lyrics|
|8.||Raining Dead Angels||04:18||Show lyrics|
|12.||Via Dolorosa||04:06||Show lyrics|
|Johan Edlund||Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals (backing)|
|Thomas Wyreson||Vocals (backing)|
|Katerina Pageorgiou||Vocals (additional)|
|Ireth||Vocals (additional), Vocals (backing)|
|Johan Örnborg||Engineering (drums)|
|Christian Silver||Engineering (drums)|
|Siggi Bemm||Mastering, Mixing|
|Johan Edlund||Producer, Engineering, Lyrics, Cover art, Layout, Photography|
Amanethes has been recorded mainly at The Mansion in Greece and additionally recorded at Studio Mega in Sweden and Cue in Greece. The album was produced by Johan Edlund and mixed and mastered by Siggi Bemm in Woodhouse Studios in Germany in January 2008.
All tracks written by Johan Edlund except for "Amanes" (Johan Edlund, Anders Iwers).
Bonus track (some CD versions)
15. Thirstsnake (04:53)
Total playing time: 66:55
Amanethes is a Greek-Turkish word, describing a kind of very slow Eastern-oriented song, which usually contains the word “Aman”. "Aman" can be translated as “show some understanding” or it declares “pain” and “sadness”.
"Katarraktis Apo Aima" (track 7) means "Waterfall of Blood" in Greek.
"Misantropolis" (track 8) merges the Greek words "misanthropia" ("misanthropy") and "polis" ("city").
"Meliae" (track 11) refers to the nymphs of the ash tree known as Meliae or Meliai in the ancient Greek mythology.
The "Via Dolorosa" (track 12, "Way of Suffering" in Latin and Italian) is the street in Jerusalem that Jesus walked carrying his cross on the way to his crucifixion.
This album marked Tiamat's return after 5 years. Tellingly, it opens with the lyrics "It's been a long time but we are here again
It's been five long years of thunder, lightning and rain..."