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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 1, 2016 at 16:51|
|We didn't know about it until it was already a done deal, but Angela Gossow, the torchbearer for wommen in metal (especially those who don't need to rely on sex-kitten gimmicks or opera-diva vocals), handed off her microphone to Alissa White-Gluz, formerly of The Agonist. Alissa's voice isn't as distinctive as Angela's, not having that hissing, almost black-metal snake-rasp quality to it. She's more of a straight-up modern extreme-metal barfer, sounding a lot like Alexi Laiho or maybe Dez Fafara. It's all good, because Michael Amott is still writing the tunes, so it still sounds like Arch Enemy. In this new millennium of satellite radio and streaming services and post-this and 'core-that, a song like "War Eternal" is the modern "commercial" anthem. You can pump your fist and shout along to it, and it only really sounds extreme to somebody who doesn't follow metal at all, or hasn't since 1992. This album is solid as always, but for me personally pales a bit in comparison to Angela-led f
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 1, 2016 at 16:53|
|... favorites like Wages Of Sin, Doomsday Machine and Khaos Legions. Highlights here are the title track, "You Will Know My Name," "Stolen Life," "Time Is Black," and "Avalanche." The American bonus track is a cover of Mike Oldfield's "Shadow on The Wall."
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