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Arch Enemy

Formed by ex-Carnage, Carcass, and Candlemass guitarist Michael Amott (concurrently of Spiritual Beggars) with his brother Christopher (Armageddon), Arch Enemy took a straight-ahead approach to death metal reminiscent of Entombed or late-period Carcass, blending catchy, classic-style metal riffs with crushing grooves for an intense yet accessible sound. The group's charter lineup was rounded out by bassist/vocalist Johan Liiva (Carnage, Furbowl) and drummer Daniel Erlandsson (Eucharist, session work for In Flames); they released their debut album, Black Earth, in 1996. For their second album, 1998's Stigmata, Armageddon bassist Martin Bengtsson took over those duties from vocalist Liiva, while Armageddon drummer Peter Wildoer sat in for Erlandsson. More personnel turnover ensued, as Mercyful Fate reunion bassist Sharlee D'Angelo (also formerly of Witchery and Dismember) joined up for 1999's Burning Bridges, which also featured the return of Erlandsson. Wages of Sin from 2001 found Johan Liiva departing and replaced by Angela Gossow.

After touring extensively across Europe and Japan, the band returned to the studio and released Anthems of Rebellion in 2003. The EP Dead Eyes See No Future was released by the end of the year and featured a mix of cover versions and live tracks. The album Doomsday Machine landed in July of 2005 just as guitarist Christopher Amott announced he was leaving the band. Former Tiamat member Fredrik Åkesson replaced him, though the two would switch places again two years later, with Åkesson leaving the band to join Opeth, and Amott taking back his spot on guitar. The band then released its seventh album, Rise of the Tyrant, in 2007. The album would be Arch Enemy's most successful to date, and they followed up the release by heading out on tours with Swedish metal giants Opeth and Dark Tranquillity. In 2009, the band looked back to its older material with The Root of All Evil. The album featured tracks from the band's first three albums that were re-recorded with current singer Angela Gossow. 2011's Khaos Legions, the band's eighth studio long player, marked a return to new original material, and proved to be the band's highest-charting album to date. It would also be the last outing for Gossow and founding guitarist Christopher Amott, both of whom left the band the following year. 2014's War Eternal saw the additions of ex-Agonist vocalist Alissa White-Gluz and ex-Arsis guitarist Nick Cordle (who left shortly before the band's European tour and was replaced by former Nevermore axe-slinger Jeff Loomis). ~ Steve Huey
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Selected Discography

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Track List: War Eternal

1. Tempore Nihil Sanat (Prelude In F Minor)

2. Never Forgive, Never Forget

3. War Eternal

4. As The Pages Burn

5. No More Regrets

6. You Will Know My Name

7. Graveyard Of Dreams

8. Stolen Life

9. Time Is Black

10. On And On

11. Avalanche

12. Down To Nothing

13. Not Long For This World

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Track List: Khaos Legions

Disc 1

1. Khaos Overture (Instrumental)

2. Yesterday Is Dead And Gone

3. Bloodstained Cross

4. Under Black Flags We March

5. No Gods, No Masters

6. City Of The Dead

7. Through The Eyes Of A Raven

8. Cruelty Without Beauty

9. We Are A Godless Entity (Instrumental)

10. Cult Of Chaos

11. Thorns In My Flesh

12. Turn To Dust (Instrumental)

13. Vengeance Is Mine

14. Secrets

Disc 2
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Track List: The Root Of All Evil

1. The Root Of All Evil (Intro)

2. Beast Of Man

3. The Immortal

4. Diva Santanica

5. Demonic Science

6. Burry Me An Angel

7. Dead Inside

8. Dark Insanity

9. Pilgrim

10. Demonallity (Instrumental)

11. Transmigration Macabre

12. Silverwing

13. Bridge Of Destiny

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Track List: Tyrants Of The Rising Sun

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Track List: Rise Of The Tyrant

1. Blood On Your Hands

2. The Last Enemy

3. I Will Live Again

4. In This Shallow Grave

5. Revolution Begins

6. Rise Of The Tyrant

7. The Day You Died

8. Intermezzo Liberte

9. Night Falls Fast

10. The Great Darkness

11. Vultures

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Track List: Dead Eyes See No Future EP

1. Dead Eyes See No Future

5. Symphony Of Destruction

6. Kill With Power

7. Incarnated Solvent Abuse

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Track List: Anthems Of Rebellion

Disc 1

1. Tear Down The Walls (Intro)

2. Silent Wars

3. We Will Rise

4. Dead Eyes See No Future

5. Instinct

6. Leader Of The Rats

7. Exist To Exit

8. Marching On A Dead End Road

9. Despicable Heroes

10. End Of The Line

11. Dehumanization

12. Anthem

13. Saints And Sinners

Disc 2
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Track List: Burning Bridges

1. The Immortal

2. Dead Inside

3. Pilgrim

4. Silverwing

5. Demonic Science

6. Seed Of Hate

7. Angelclaw

8. Burning Bridges

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Track List: Stigmata

1. Beast Of Man

2. Stigmata

3. Sinister Mephisto

4. Dark Of The Sun

5. Let The Killing Begin

7. Tears Of The Dead

8. Vox Stellarum

9. Bridge Of Destiny

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Track List: Black Earth

1. Bury Me An Angel

2. Dark Insanity

3. Eureka

4. Idolatress

5. Cosmic Retribution

6. Demoniality

7. Transmigration Macabre

8. Time Capsule

9. Fields Of Desolation

10. Losing Faith

11. The Ides Of March

12. Aces High

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Track List: Doomsday Machine

1. Enter The Machine

2. Taking Back My Soul

3. Nemesis

4. My Apocalypse

5. Carry The Cross

6. I Am Legend / Out For Blood

7. Skeleton Dance

8. Hybrids Of Steel

9. Mechanic God Creation

10. Machtkampf

11. Slaves Of Yesterday

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Cool! Play more Arch Enemy.
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I just want angela
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It seems like everyone on here is talking about Angela vs. Alissa. I don't see anyone posting about how much better the music was with the male singer. Guitars, lyrics, style, everything! The lyrics have always been trash since Angela took over and worse with Alissa. I have no issues with their screaming, but the guitars just do epic solos now and lack meaty riffs and went total cliché riffs. So talented, this band irks me to no end. Black Earth, Burning Bridges, those are the albums.
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angela the queen of hell. with delia. satans daighter.
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the day you died
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my apocalypse
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out for blood
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Awesome
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this is norma in the pic with me
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im 32
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y'all sound like children. Both vocalists are really good
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No Angela. No arch enemy. That's it. They are done
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Was....dead
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this board is dead
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I listen to this band just for Angela.
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The new singer isn't as good, Angela did the best. Can't listen to the new one at all..
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I like this band but I didn't know they had a female singer but there great
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the new vanessa carlton is out
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I love Angela
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Please Come Back Angela.
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Symphony Of Destruction
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please update the bio
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arch enemy rules
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they need to update the bio
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jlutsch3
Always a good show
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I love Alissa...... n o t only does she have a great voice with good range but she is also amazingly gorgeous and commands the stage
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I love Angela she has a great voice and is gorgeous as well. One of my favorites of recent years
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You are a weak body then, sir.
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Can't understand a word they say
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Why is everyone dissing Alissa? She is great! Angela personally selected Alissa to be her replacement. Alissa has a much more versatile vocal range. Angela even admitted that she couldn't really do clean vocals. If you listen to Alissa's work with the Agonist, you would realize what a talented vocalist she is. She can scream and growl, yet sing in very high ranges. If you haven't heard her version of Swan Lake, you should. She is amazing, and it makes you appreciate her versatility even more.
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arch enemy # total bad-a**
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Both girls are so talented, I could only wish to be at their level, I do prefer Gossow over white due to the fact she could hide her feminine voice when she sings better than White. But I can't really judge much because in most bands the originals are always better because they are what made the band, they are the ones that set the standards. White has alot to live up to but I think she holds her own.
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Bring Angela back please
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Damn!!...I miss angela...she was sick...and I loved her!!!...Ali s s a is great...twis t e d . . . h o w e v e r and angela was brutal...and hard...I played "black flags we march" at my wedding...gr e a t music...!!!! Miss you angela....
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Alissa isn't s**t she has wicked vocals and can do very different styles of singing Angela is great. I like Alissa 's screams and growls better hers make u shiver.
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adam.inman8
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digitech67
Does anyone here even realize that Angela personally selected Alissa to replace her in the band? Alissa is a more versatile vocalist than Angela, this would be apparent if you listen to her previous work with The Agonist. Angela herself said she was really only a growler and couldn't really sing clean vocals. Watch the growl lab video on youtube featuring Angela Gossow.
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Alissa white is s**t compared to Angela. Not to mention her lyrics are so cliche. Angela at least had some talent with lyrics and singing
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Nah Alissa is pretty good, Arch Enemy was awesome with Angela, and still is now
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Alissa white needs to go, shes terrible and the band is turning into a publicity nightmare. Its like they're trying to whore out her pretty face because they know she cant sing for s**t..
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I love their there new album, but my fav is doomsday machine
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Is it weird that I'm 13 and listening to this? I think it's epic as s**t. The reason why I scream and aspire to have a band. ^°^
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ARCH ENEMY! And TYR ARE THE BEST BAND EVER!!
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metalnorm
Great band Reguardless, How come no one talks about the original singer but I will so F.O.A.D.
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Alisssa and Angela are both really hot!
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millsmess
Angela and Alissa are both amazing! And the metal is always tight.
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bstar405
Alissa managed to kill two bands at once, good job. Arch Enemy should have retired with Angela, hasn't really been that great since Rise Of The Tyrant.
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I miss Angela, but the new singer is from The Agonist, which is an amazing band, more metal-core than melodic death-metal, but still good
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And girl ;)~
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This song is tight b--ba-"boyz thanks
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