I feel that arch enemy is one of the most over looked bands of our time. They tour constantly, and meet there fans they don’t act like some bands. I feel there music is some of the best their is out there. Michael Ammott is one of the greatest guitar players,as is his brother. sharlee is a great player,and angela gossow is in a class of her own.I would wish that you read this and go out and buy an arch enemy cd or get it on your ipod or mp3 on this cd angela is not on this one, but it is still great. so what are you waitiing for go out and get it now. thank u
Officially released only in Japan and Korea with enhanced CD and special slipcase. Featuring Michael Amott (Spiritual Beggars, Carcass and Carnage).
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This live CD is great, except for two things: only 11 tracks for such great presentation, and BURY ME AN ANGEL is missing(I’d rather prefer less songs from the last album and more from the first and second). This Toy’s Factory Edition presents a case with a really big double-sided poster, and extra booklet for Japan with lyrics, notes and history of the band,in english and japanese. The main booklet comes with lots of photos on stage. It comes, also, with a four-minute CD-ROM track where you’ll find live video cuts, backstage, recording sessions, and M.Amott and S.D’Angelo in Studio Fedman giving us their opinion about this live album, and presenting Fredrik Nordstrom. Arch Enemy sounds killer on stage. Johan sings with a death metal voice instead his thick heavy voice that we’re used to. It seems a great crowd and a great show. The other guys simply sound and rock like hell!!!!! If you’re an Arch Enemy fan you should get this CD. Those $36 will be very well spent.
A excelent display of Arch Enemy live. Only fault’s I have with the disc is it’s short play length, 48:47 to be exact, and the lack of songs from the first album “Black Earth”. The enhanced feature is pretty cool though. I also like the matte slipcase it came in, but beware it gets scratches very easily. All in all, it was a well spent ($) and a great addition to any Arch Enemy fans collection. Buy it already!!
Tracklist: The Immortal, Dark Insanity, Dead Inside, Diva Satanica, Pilgrim, Silverwing, Beast Of Man, Bass Intro/Tears Of The Dead, Bridge Of Destiny, Transmigration Macabre, Angelclaw 11 tracks: 2 from “Black earth” (only ! ), 3 from “Stigmata” and the rest – 6 tracks from “Burning bridges”. Total time: 48:47 This, limited to Japan only, CD sounds good, audience is great, but there are too much songs from the latest (and the weakest IMHO) album. I think this show is short. Too short. This CD should cost [less]…. There are some PC files on the disc (short interview, some live shots, pictures) PS. I’ve found Arch Enemy/ Cathedral bootleg called “Black birth machine” (2CD) from Osaka 97. It’s better than “Burning Japan”…