ARCH ENEMY: Tonight's Concert In Seoul To Be Filmed
According to a posting on ARCH ENEMY's Twitter profile, the band's October 25, 2009 concert in Seoul, South Korea will be professionally filmed.
ARCH ENEMY's "The Root Of All Evil" album registered the following first-week chart positions:
Japan: #7 (international artist chart)
Japan: #21 (combined chart)
"The Root Of All Evil" sold around 1,500 copies in the United Staes in its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It features re-recorded versions of songs from the band's first three LPs — "Black Earth" (1996), "Stigmata" (1998) and "Burning Bridges" (1999). Acclaimed British producer Andy Sneap (MEGADETH, TESTAMENT, EXODUS) mixed and mastered the CD, which was recorded at a few different locations in Sweden and produced by ARCH ENEMY with Daniel Erlandsson and Rickard Bengtsson handling the engineering.
The Japanese edition of "The Root Of All Evil", which was made available on September 30, features five bonus tracks, including cover versions of "Wings Of Tomorrow" (EUROPE) and "Walk In The Shadows" (QUEENSRŸCHE).
ARCH ENEMY will embark on a European headlining run in December with support from DESTRUCTION, ABIGAIL WILLIAMS and TRIOSPHERE.
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