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Original Arch Enemy lineup form Black Earth, announce Japanese tour

Posted by on January 22, 2016

Last year, Arch Enemy performed at Loudpark in Saitaba, Japan and during that show, the group was joined on stage by the rest of the original founding members, singer Johan Liiva and Christopher Amott. The first original lineup made Arch Enemy’s first three records Black Earth, Stigmata and Burning Bridges, which are a great three albums, and […]

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Night Flight Orchestra release rock-tastic new song

Posted by on March 17, 2015

When Metal Sucks wrote about the a new Night Flight Orchestra song, they said that no one else was going to write about the  band. Wrong! Featuring  Soilwork’s Bjorn “Speed” Strid and Arch Enemy’s Sharlee D’Angelo, the band are, as we refer to them here at Metal Insider headquarters, “maximum dadcore.” Owing a debt not to […]

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Interview: Michael Amott opens up about the next stage of Arch Enemy

Posted by on May 28, 2014

Arch Enemy dropped a bombshell earlier this year when singer Angela Gossow left the band after 13 years. But as important as she was to the band’s sound, they were already an established band when she joined in 2001. As you’ve already heard, the band’s replacement, former The Agonist vocalist Alissa White-Gluz has done a great […]

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Listen To Full The Night Flight Orchestra Album!

Posted by on May 31, 2012

We’ve been plenty psyched about The Night Flight Orchestra, the classic rock-ish band that features Soilwork’s Bjorn “Speed” Strid and Arch Enemy bassist Sharlee D’Angelo. If Thin Lizzy, Deep Purple and the Scorpions had a baby with Dynasty-era KISS in the late ’70s, it would sound a bit like NFO. This definitely isn’t the heaviest […]

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Members Of Soilwork And Arch Enemy Get Their 70’s Rock On

Posted by on May 17, 2012

Earlier this week, our buds at Metal Sucks discovered something pretty cool: The Night Flight Orchestra, featuring none other than Soilwork singer Björn “Speed” Strid and Arch Enemy bassist Sharlee D’Angelo. Though this project (also featuring members of Mean Streak and Von Benzo) has apparently been in the works for a while now, The Night Flight […]

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