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Arch Enemy Reveal New Album Cover Art

Swedish extreme metal powerhouse, Arch Enemy, has set a late spring/early summer release for its ninth studio album, entitled Khaos Legions, via Century Media. The band tapped artist Brent Elliott White (Megadeth, Death Angel) to design the cover art. View the cover below.  ... …

Arch Enemy Recording New Album

Swedish melodic death metal band Arch Enemy has begun recording its ninth studio album of all-new music, which follows last year's re-recordings album The Root of All Evil. The yet-to-be-named album will be self-produced by Arch Enemy with Rickard Bengtsson engineering and mixing (who also produced 2005's Doomsday Machine). ... …

Arch Enemy Deliver New Album of Re-Recorded Classics

Arch Enemy’s new studio album, The Root of All Evil, contains a selection of completely re-recorded tracks from the band’s first three albums Black Earth (1996), Stigmata (1998), and Burning Bridges (1999). The album will be released on October 6, 2009, on Century Media Records. ... …

Gigantour 2 CD & DVD Being Released on April 22

The second coming of Megadeth’s acclaimed traveling metal festival Gigantour arrives on both DVD and CD April 22 via Image Entertainment — just 10 days after Gigantour’s latest incarnation begins its North American invasion April 12 in Denver. Conceived in 2005 by Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine, Gigantour — proclaimed “the mother of all shred fests” by Revolver magazine — resurrects metal’s... …

Arch Enemy announce new CD title and release date

     Arch Enemy have completed work on their new album. The new disc, Rise of the Tyrant, is the follow-up to 2005's Doomsday Machine, the band's most successful album to date. They have once again enlisted the duties of acclaimed producer Fredrik Nordström (Dimmu Borgir, In Flames) at Sweden's Studio Fredman, where the band recorded all of their albums through Wages of Sin (2001). Look for... …

Christopher Amott Returns to Arch Enemy

Original Arch Enemy guitarist Christopher Amott has rejoined his bandmates after a two year split, according to a press release issued by the band’s label, Century Media. Christopher, who had been with the band for 10 years, surprised many by departing Arch Enemy at the end of the Doomsday Machine recording sessions in 2005. According to the statement, Christopher “followed his urges to see the... …

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