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Arch Enemy to release ‘Will To Power’ in September, announce tour dates

Posted by on May 22, 2017

It has been three years since Swedish metallers Arch Enemy released 2014’s War Eternal, the album that introduced us to Alissa White-Gluz as the band’s new singer. Since then, the group has toured all over the place including major festivals such as Heavy Montreal, 70000tons of Metal, and headlining 2016’s Wacken Open Air that features their live release of “As The Stages Burn!

Now, the group decided to push even further by releasing their forthcoming tenth studio album Will To Power on September 8, 2017, via Century Media Records. The band will kick off the first batch of shows in Eastern Europe, Austria, Finland, and Russia. They plan on having an extensive North American tour in October/November and a full European tour sometime in early 2018.

Guitarist Michael Amott commented:

“After many months of writing and recording in the studio we are delighted to have finally completed work on our 10th studio album, ‘Will To Power’. We are looking forward to sharing new music with you soon.

We are equally excited to announce the first leg of our ‘Will To Power’ world tour… Can’t wait to play new and old songs for our fans, see you all soon!”

Arch Enemy upcoming Summer festival dates:

07/06  Ballenstedt, Germany @ Rock Harz Festival
07/08 Viveiro, Spain @ Resurrection Fest
07/12 Dunaújváros, Hungary @ Rockmarathon
07/15 Sweden @ Gefle Metal Festival
08/04 Snina, Slovakia @ Rock Pod Kamenom Festival
08/05 Ostrave, Czech Republic @ Ostrave v Plamenech
08/07 Majano, Itlay @ Festival Di Majano
08/08 Dornbirn, Austria @ Conrad Sohm
08/10 Villena, Spain @ Leyendas Del Rock
08/11 Vagos, Portugal @ Vagos Metal Fest
08/12 Leeuwarden, The Netherlands @ Into The Grave
08/13 Walton-On-Trent, UK @ Bloodstock Open Air

 

“Will To Power Tour 2017” w/ special guest Jinjer

09/15 Innsbruck, Austria @ Music Hall
09/16 Linz, Austria @ Posthof
09/17 Ljubljana, Slovenia @ Cvetlicarna
09/18 Belgrade, Serbia @ Dom Omladine
09/20 Bucharest, Romania @ Quantic Club Open Air Stage
09/21 Sofia, Bulgaria @ Universiada Hall
09/22 Athens, Greece @ Piraeus 117 Academy
09/23 Thessaloniki, Greece @ Principal Club Theater
09/25 Bratislava, Slovakia @ Majestic Music Club
09/26 Warsaw, Poland @ Progresja
09/27 Vilnius, Lithuania @ Loftas
09/29 Riga, Latvia @ Melna Piektdiena
09/30 Tallinn, Estonia @ Rock Café
10/01 Helsinki, Finland @ The Circus
10/03 Minsk, Belarus * @  Re:Public
10/04 St. Petersburg, Russia * @ Aurora
10/06 Novosibirsk, Russia * @ Otdyh
10/08 Yekaterinburg, Russia * @ Tele Club,
10/10 Moscow, Russia * @ Yotaspace
10/11 Samara, Russia* @ Zvezda

*without Jinjer

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