Earlier this week, Swedes Arch Enemy unleashed their new album, War Eternal, across the globe. To kick-off the War Eternal campaign, the band launched an extensive European tour, which is currently underway through the rest of the year. In addition to these dates, Arch Enemy will also make their much-anticipated return to North American soil this October/November, where they will be co-headlining together with Kreator. Supporting them on the road will be Huntress and Starkill. This headlining trek will be the band's first tour in the States/Canada since 2011, and the first one to feature new members: vocalist Alissa White-Gluz and guitarist Nick Cordle.
Arch Enemy are premiering a new video for the song "No More Regrets" to celebrate the release of their new album War Eternal, their first with Alissa White-Gluz on vocals and guitarist Nick Cordle. The video was once again directed by collaborator Patric Ulleaus. Enjoy it here now!
During a recent show on the band's European tour, Arch Enemy vocalist Alissa White-Gluz (who's still a new addition to the band) actually jumped so hard on stage that she broke her riser into pieces and broke a rib in the fall. However, she has been a trooper and continued with the tour. Arch Enemy already finished the first 10 shows and crowds have been welcoming Alissa on her debut tour with the band.
Currently touring in Europe, Arch Enemy have just premiered a brand new video today. It is for the track "You Will Know My Name" and the clip was once again directed by the band's long time friend and collaborator Patric Ullaeus. You can watch the video right now below and don't forget to tell us your impressions about it.
Four metal heavyweights are coming together for what could be one of the best tour packages of the year. Kreator just announced a huge European tour for November/December 2014. Joining headliners Kreator for the upcoming live shows are Polish label mates Vader (releasing Tibi Et Igni on May 30th), Swedish metallers Arch Enemy (releasing War Eternal on June 9th) and German thrash veterans Sodom. Are you in? The dates can be seen below.
The upcoming Arch Enemy album is now taking shape. Century Media has just unveiled the tracklist and cover artwork of War Eternal, the band's first with new singer Alissa White-Gluz. The band has already shot a video with the new singer, for the title track "War Eternal". Below you can see the album cover. One clue: pigs.
After this week's changes, Arch Enemy fans must be really curious about the band's new material and also the new vocalist Alissa White-Gluz (ex-The Agonist). If you want to hear how she fits in with the band, check out their new song "War Eternal" and the video to go with it right now. What do you think about this first song?
Plot twist! April Fools'? It appears not. Surprising news arrive now from the Arch Enemy camp as it's been revealed that Angela Gossow has left the band. The announcement will come as a huge shock to many fans given that they recently announced their new album, and though Angela will be staying on with the band in a managerial capacity, she is officially stepping down as singer after 13 years and six albums. Replacing her in the AE fold will be none other than ex-The Agonist Alissa White-Gluz.
If you can't wait any longer to know something about Arch Enemy's new album, today is your lucky day. The first details about the follow-up to Khaos Legions have been unleashed. Three years later, the Swedish metallers have already started mixing their 9th studio album with Jens Bogren (Opeth, Paradise Lost, Kreator) at Fascination Street in Sweden. Apart from that, they revealed that the new album will be called War Eternal and drop on June 9th in Europe, June 10th in North America and June 4th in Japan. Do you have a good feeling about it?
It seems like we won't be seeing a lot of Arch Enemy this year. The group has been forced to cancel all their European festival appearances including their Wacken Open Air performance. The reason for the cancellation seems to be due to family matters but the band promises to try to reschedule the festival appearances and continue work on their upcoming DVD and next album.
Arch Enemy's vocalist Angela Gossow has left a personal update today on her Facebook page divulging what's next for the band and their future plans. The band intends to release a new DVD/Blu-ray next year and write/record a new album, to be released in 2014.
Arch Enemy have released a brand new video today. This time, for the track "Cruelty Without Beauty". The song is taken from their latest output Khaos Legions, which was released last year through Century Media.
Swedish gothenburg metallers Arch Enemy have recently announced that they will embark on their European Khaos Tour this October. It has been confirmed that support on the road will come from Canadian thrashers Titans Eve and German death metal band Hackneyed.
Swedish gothenburg outfit Arch Enemy have released their new video for the Khaos Legions album track "Under Black Flags We March", which has premiered at this location. The video was once again produced by the Swedish director Patric Ullaeus (In Flames, Dimmu Borgir, etc.) and is the first video to feature the new guitarist Nick Cordle (from the US band Arsis) who replaced Chris Amott earlier this year.