Drum-cam footage of ARCH ENEMY's Daniel Erlandsson performing the songs "Ravenous" and "Bloodstained Cross" during the band's July 22 appearance at this year's edition of the Tuska open-air metal festival at Suvilahti in Helsinki, Finland can be seen below (courtesy of Pearl Drums Finland).ARCH ENEMY has just released its official iPhone app. The app will make it easier for fans to follow ARCH ENEMY activities, as it brings you all the latest news straight from the group, keeps you updated on their tour dates, gives you access to new pictures, enables you to view videos, read the updated biography, listen to ARCH ENEMY's discography with soundclips, send the band a message on the fan wall and more. The ARCH ENEMY app was created by the Norwegian company Rabaldus (rabaldus.no). Download the app from iTunes. "Khaos Legions", the ninth studio album from ARCH ENEMY, sold around 6,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to enter The Billboard 200 chart at position No. 78. ARCH ENEMY's previous full-length studio CD of new material, "Rise Of The Tyrant", debuted at position No. 84 in October 2007 with first-week U.S. sales of around 8,900 approximately 25 percent less than the opening number (12,000) of its predecessor, 2005's "Doomsday Machine" (which landed at No. 87). "Khaos Legions" was released in Europe on May 30 and in the U.S. on June 7 via Century Media Records. The CD marks the band's return to new, original material, after the release of the "Tyrants Of The Rising Sun - Live In Japan" live DVD/CD (2008) and the re-recordings album, "The Root Of All Evil" (2009). The effort was tracked at Sweet Spot Studio in the south of Sweden with engineer Rickard Bengtsson (who produced 2005's "Doomsday Machine"). The "Khaos Legions" artwork comes courtesy of renowned artist Brent Elliott White (MEGADETH, DEATH ANGEL).
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