Once Sent from the Golden Hall

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Once Sent from the Golden Hall
AMon Amarth OSFTGH.jpg
Studio album by Amon Amarth
Released February 10, 1998[1]
Recorded Autumn 1997
(The Abyss)
Genre Melodic death metal
Length 44:51
Label Metal Blade
Producer Peter Tägtgren, Amon Amarth
Amon Amarth chronology
Sorrow Throughout the Nine Worlds
Once Sent from the Golden Hall
The Avenger
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
About.com 4/5 stars[2]
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[3]

Once Sent from the Golden Hall is the first full-length studio album released by the melodic death metal band Amon Amarth, released by Metal Blade Records. On February 10,1998, Once Sent from the Golden Hall was released. The album was originally limited and only 1000 copies were sold on CD and LP versions. Later the album was re-released by Metal Blade in 2005 on Picture LP with 500 hand-counted copies. A deluxe edition was released in 2009 that featured the album remastered by Jens Bogren, and a bonus cd of the original album played live in its entirety in Bochum, Germany. Martin Lopez left the band soon after the release of this album to join Swedish band Opeth.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Ride for Vengeance" 4:30
2. "The Dragons' Flight Across the Waves" 4:35
3. "Without Fear" 4:50
4. "Victorious March" 7:58
5. "Friends of the Suncross" 4:43
6. "Abandoned" 6:02
7. "Amon Amarth" 8:08
8. "Once Sent from the Golden Hall" 4:11
Total length: 44:57


Amon Amarth[edit]


  • The front cover features the band standing in a doorway in front of fire. Johan Hegg has his arms raised with his fists in the air. Four swords (like the ones used to form the 'A A' on the inside flap) border the image. The band's logo sits half an inch above the swords in flaming letters using the band's signature font, below the four swords is the album title (ONCE SENT FROM THE GOLDEN HALL). All artwork was created by Peter Kinmark.



  1. ^ "Amon Amarth". Metalblade.com. Retrieved 2012-03-04. 
  2. ^ Bowar, Chad. Amon Amarth - 'Once Sent From The Golden Hall' heavymetal.about.com. Retrieved on 2011-05-24.
  3. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. Once Sent from the Golden Hall review allmusic.com. Retrieved on 2011-05-24.