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Arch Enemy - War Eternal album download

Arch Enemy - War Eternal album download

Arch Enemy
War Eternal
Death Metal,Heavy Metal
Recording location:
Fascination Street, Varberg, Sweden
MP3 archive size:
1593 mb
FLAC archive size:
1500 mb
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War Eternal is the ninth studio album by Swedish melodic death metal band Arch Enemy, which was released on 9 June 2014 by Century Media. It is the first Arch Enemy album in 15 years since Burning Bridges to feature a new line-up; Alissa White-Gluz took over on vocals after former long-time vocalist Angela Gossow stepped down from vocal duties to be the band's business manager. Additionally, ex-Arsis guitarist Nick Cordle replaced Christopher Amott in 2012.

War Eternal ‎(14xFile, AAC, Album, 256). Century Media, Savage Messiah Music. War Eternal ‎(CD, Album). Scarecrow Records (2). SR1042-0.

Friend or foe? There's no way to know In the battlefield of life It's kill or be killed So many times It's a matter of degrees From being up on your luck To down on your knees. It's a hellish inferno This is war eternal

This was the first Arch Enemy album to feature former The Agonist vocalist Alissa White-Gluz. Lyrically, the album spends a lot of time dealing with personal struggle, as well as struggling against forces outside of yourself. This concept is reinforced in the album artwork

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Tracklist: 01 – Tempore Nihil Sanat (Prelude In F Minor) 02 – Never Forgive, Never Forget 03 – War Eternal 04 – As The Pages Burn 05 – No More Regrets 06 – You Will Know My Name 07 – Graveyard Of Dreams 08 – Stolen Life 09 – Time Is Black 10 – On And On 11 – Avalanche 12 – Down To Nothing 13 – Not Long For This World 14 – Breaking The Law.

Band Name Arch Enemy. Album Name War Eternal. Released date 04 June 2014. Labels Century Media Savage Messiah Music. 9. You Will Know My Name. 11. As The Pages Burn (Live at Master of Rock, 2014). 12. Stolen Life (2015 Version).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Tempore Nihil Sanat (Prelude in F minor) Michael Amott Arch Enemy 1:12
2 Never Forgive, Never Forget Michael Amott / Nick Cordle Arch Enemy 3:43
3 War Eternal Michael Amott / Nick Cordle Arch Enemy 4:16
4 As the Pages Burn Michael Amott / Alissa White-Gluz Arch Enemy 4:01
5 No More Regrets Michael Amott / Nick Cordle / Alissa White-Gluz Arch Enemy 4:05
6 You Will Know My Name Michael Amott / Nick Cordle Arch Enemy 4:37
7 Graveyard of Dreams Michael Amott / Daniel Erlandsson Arch Enemy 1:10
8 Stolen Life Michael Amott Arch Enemy 2:58
9 Time Is Black Michael Amott / Daniel Erlandsson / Alissa White-Gluz Arch Enemy 5:23
10 On and On Michael Amott / Nick Cordle / Alissa White-Gluz Arch Enemy 4:04
11 Avalanche Michael Amott / Nick Cordle / Daniel Erlandsson / Alissa White-Gluz Arch Enemy 4:38
12 Down to Nothing Michael Amott / Nick Cordle Arch Enemy 3:47
13 Not Long for This World Michael Amott Arch Enemy 3:28
14 Shadow on the Wall Mike Oldfield Arch Enemy 3:03
  • Problems in Arch Enemy’s line-up arose following the amicable separation among Angela Gossow and Michael Amott, and even his brother Christopher left the line-up. Since the band had to keep the “handsome female singer” phenomenon, they recruited the Arch Enemy fan, hair-coloured Alissa White-Gluz, who had been coincidentally fired by The Agonist the same year. The other new member is session guitarist Nick Cordle (Insomnium, Sanctuary, This Means You). Both the new members gave their first performance in the band’s 2014 album War Eternal, which confirmed their well-suited abilities for the band. Unfortunately, not all the pieces fit the puzzle.While both are convincing and strong in their role (White-Gluz’s vocals, in particular, sound much more masculine than Gossow’s, despite being hardly considerable as “death/black vocals”), both didn’t really contribute to the songwriting, which was still almost entirely relegated to Amott (the privileges of being a founding member). And so the album follows predictable mis-matched melodic/Neoclassical guitar sections more suited to Stratovarius and Yngwie Malmsteen than themselves with generic and predictable Thrash/Metalcore palm-muted mosh sections… in every single song of the album. Probably knowing that the songwriting is mostly slow and anything but Death Metal, someone had the good idea of putting blast-beats on “Never Forgive, Never Forget” (something the band didn’t deliver since Stigmata).With all these considerations, the album still fail to impress. The songwriting is full of holes and unnecessary features, like short guitar solos designed to arouse guitar enthusiasts and sporadic keyboard appearances. The credits-instrumental “Not Long for This World” seems to be the only highlight. Overall, this is one of the band’s most uninspired efforts, and considering that their past discography isn’t exceptional, it’s a problem for newcomers.Highlights: “Never Forgive, Never Forget”, “Not Long for This World”.