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Arch Enemy

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About Arch Enemy
Genres:
Pure Fucking Metal!, Metal, Death Metal
Band Members:
Alissa White-Gluz – Vocals , Michael Amott – Lead Guitar , Jeff Loomis – Lead Guitar , Sharlee D'Angelo – Bass , Daniel Erlandsson – Drums
Hometown:
Halmstad, Sweden

Time passes, the world changes, but some things remain constant and unassailable. Heavy metal has endured for more than four decades because its spirit is eternal, and fe...
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Fan Live Reviews
Joao
Lisbon, Portugal@
VOA Festival
July 5th 2019
It was before Slipknot. They weren’t bad and it isn’t they’re fault but it felt like a 5 hour long concert. Pretty good tho
Z7 was ON FIRE Sunday night for the concert of AE!!! Amazing performance for a sold-out show. We look forward to seeing AE back in Switzerland ASAP....
Adam
Pilsen, Czech Republic@
MetalFest Open Air
June 8th 2019
This was amazing from start to end, Alissa was entertaining the crowd with her close runs to the crowd, and the guitarists were absolutely amazing.
It was good, but I think that support (death angel) was better than Arch Enemy concert. But still - it was awesome show and after two days from this, everything still hurt me because of pogo XD
Darthanjealous
Lake Buena Vista, FL@
House of Blues Orlando
September 24th 2018
Arch Enemy was awesome, had hoped to see Angela. Trivium was terrible at best ..whining is not music. Didn't realize the singer from the first band was singing couldn't hear his voice.
February 13th 2018
Absolutely amazing. If I could give more stars I would 🤘🤘🤘🤘. When are they coming back to the UK ???
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About Arch Enemy
Genres:
Pure Fucking Metal!, Metal, Death Metal
Band Members:
Alissa White-Gluz – Vocals , Michael Amott – Lead Guitar , Jeff Loomis – Lead Guitar , Sharlee D'Angelo – Bass , Daniel Erlandsson – Drums
Hometown:
Halmstad, Sweden

Time passes, the world changes, but some things remain constant and unassailable. Heavy metal has endured for more than four decades because its spirit is eternal, and fe...
Read More