"...Later, when I was about 11 and had started playing music, my friend came over one day after school and said, ‘Mike, we’re gonna be punks now.’ And I was like, ‘Okay! What’s that?’ He showed me a magazine with a picture of the Sex Pistols and played me their first album, Never Mind the Bollocks, on cassette tape. I loved it! And we started a band that day.”
In March 2014, fans of Swedish melodic death metal act Arch Enemy were dealt an unexpected blow when the band announced that long-running vocalist Angela Gossow was stepping down to focus on management of the band, a secondary role that she had been performing quietly since 2008.
Arch Enemy has launched a new video for "You Will Know My Name" from their upcoming album War Eternal, out June 10. For a preview of one of the most anticipated albums of the year, be sure to check out the new video for "You Will Know My Name", once again directed by the band's long-time friend and collaborator Patric Ullaeus.
Extreme metallers Arch Enemy have introduced a new member — Alissa White-Gluz, former vocalist of Canadian act the Agonist. Angela Gossow, who joined Arch Enemy in 2000 and made her debut on Wages Of Sin (2001), will be stepping down as front-woman and focusing on the band's management.
In this Guitar World exclusive, we’ve gathered together Mustaine and his Megadeth coguitarist, Glen Drover, Lamb of God’s Mark Morton and Willie Adler, Arch Enemy’s Michael Amott and Fredrik Akesson and Trivium’s Matt Heafy and Corey Beaulieu to teach you the essential skills of modern shred.
Swedish extreme metal band Arch Enemy have just debuted a new music video for "Under Black Flag We March," taken from their latest studio album, Khaos Legions. You can watch it below, courtesy of Metal Hammer Germany.
Earlier today, we reported that guitarist Christopher Amott had parted ways with Arch Enemy. Amott had been a found member of the band in 1996, and had been with the band more or less since, with the exception of a two-year departure between 2005 and 2007.