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Next Show 30/08/16: Featuring Special Guest ARCH ENEMY's Sharlee D'Angelo

Blackdiamond’s Metal Mayhem is back! It’s been a very busy summer of 2016 but the show is back on Tuesday 30th August, as always from… 101 more words

Radio Shows

#29 - Slayer / Hatebreed / Arch Support 

Slayer playing Reign in Blood. Yep. Didn’t give going a 2nd thought. This is still one of the most excited I’d ever been going into a show. 603 more words

Arch Enemy Planning New Live Release/Have "About Seven Or Eight New Songs" Written For Next Album

Arch Enemy took part in a press conference at the Wacken Open Air festival today (August 5), and offered some insight into their future plans. The band revealed that they will be releasing a new live album/DVD/Blu-ray, and also said they have “about seven or eight new songs” written. 153 more words


NEWS: SIGNS OF CHAOS Posts New Lyric Video 'Taking You Out'; New EP Out ' Watch It Burn'

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Montreal, QC – August 4, 2016

EP Promo Request here.

For Fans of Dethklok, Pantera, Gojira, Machine Head, Testament, Arch Enemy, Nevermore… 215 more words

Music News

For I Am King - Daemons (Melodic Death Metal)

The Dutch outfit is fronted by a furious female singer that instantly makes you think of great female fronted bands like Arch Enemy and The Agonist. 151 more words


Oracles - Miserycorde (Review)

Oracles are a metal band from Belgium, this is their debut album.

Featuring current and ex-members of Aborted, System Divide and Dimlight, as well as guests from current and ex-members of Black Dahlia Murder, Scar Symmetry, Nevermore and Arch Enemy, this is a release that’s something a little different and backed up by a wealth of experience. 200 more words


War Eternal by Arch Enemy (2014)

Some of the melodic death metal bands that gained some fame in Europe and make a more easy to listen version of it is, of course, Arch Enemy, and in this review I’m gonna talk about their last album, War Eternal, released in 2014, after the legendary Angela Gossow left the band vocals and was replaced by Alissa White-Gluz. 867 more words