Tag: Arch Enemy

Nov 10

ARCH ENEMY – announce 2017 DVD and live shows!

As The Stages Burn! ARCH ENEMY presents their new live DVD taken from their largest stage production to date and unforgettable performance last summer at the WACKEN OPEN AIR Festival in Germany. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jul 28

ARCH ENEMY announce press conference at WACKEN OPEN AIR

ARCH ENEMY will unveil their largest stage production to date at their performance at WACKEN OPEN AIR on Saturday, August 6th at around midnight, making this performance the pinnacle of a highly successful album campaign in support of War Eternal. It all began in March of 2014 when the band announced new vocalist Alissa White-Gluz as …

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Aug 24

Michael Amott discussed Summer Slaughter 2015 and Arch Enemy’s next move.

While in the last days of the Summer Slaughter tour 2015, Arch Enemy stopped in Tempe, AZ last week as the band prepares to finish their North American campaign before returning to Europe this week. But a shy attendance that wasn’t even the shadow of the crowd that received them last November while toured North America …

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Feb 26

70000 Tons of Metal Recap: Day 3

Saturday January 23rd, 2015, Day 3 at 70000 Tons of Metal proved itself to be pinnacle and easily justified one’s investment and traveling around the world to attend. Not only was there the live music overload, but that morning, the not so metal, Ocho Rios belonged to 3000 metal heads. Use Facebook to Comment on …

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Feb 05

70,000 tons of Metal Recap: Day 1

On January 22, 2015 The Age of Metal stepped on board the Liberty of the Seas to embark on the 6th annual 70,000 Tons of Metal. Honored, open-minded, adventure ready, and camera in hand I was ready to submerge myself into four full days of metal at sea. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Dec 22

Miguel’s Top 20 Albums of 2014

Once again, like every year I see myself in the difficult task of picking the best albums of the year. This year was again difficult as not only the quantity and quality of music that passed through my desk was higher and better than the one in previous years. You might not find many of the …

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Nov 18

Arch Enemy at Marquee Theater. Tempe, AZ (11/14/14)

One of the more extreme metal packages announced this year passed through Tempe, AZ this past Friday. Arch Enemy, Kreator, Huntress, and Starkill were the reason to look forward for the end of the week. The package itself was aimed for various extreme metal fans, whether you like Arch Enemy or Starkill, there was enough for everyone. …

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Jun 04

The Template For War Eternal – An Interview with Michael Amott of Arch Enemy

After talking with front-woman Alissa White-Gluz, about her fair share in War Eternal‘s recording, and her transition to fronting one of the most extreme metal bands on the planet. And after listening the album more and more, I was confronted with more questions about the musical nature of this album. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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May 27

Arch Enemy – War Eternal (2014)

Since last March Arch Enemy was put actively in the spotlight, not only because of their new album War Eternal, but because of their new vocalist Alissa White-Gluz (ex-The Agonist) as Angela Gossow stepped down the vocal post within the band to focus more on her family and the management side of the band..  Use Facebook …

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May 09

The Revamp of Rebellion – An Interview With Alissa White-Gluz of Arch Enemy

Photograph by Jeremy Saffer Last March it was announced that Alissa White-Gluz was taking over Angela Gossow‘s position as the new vocalist for Arch Enemy. The news caused mixed feelings among media and fans. Shortly after that, Arch Enemy released the video clip for the title track of their new album War Eternal, showcasing Alissa‘s voice.  Use Facebook …

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Dec 21

Miguel’s Top 15 albums of 2011

# 15  Nemesea – The Quiet Resistance Nemesea’s third full length album was a surprise for me, the band had change so much and the level of their music has grown so much as well, and I am very happy for that. The Quiet Resistance is full of new directions and influences, that can be …

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