ARCH ENEMY: Zagreb Footage Available
Video footage of ARCH ENEMY's May 24, 2009 performance in Zagreb, Croatia can be viewed below.
The first two Century Media releases from ARCH ENEMY — "Stigmata" (1998) and "Burning Bridges" (1999) — will be reissued in North America on August 11, 2009, featuring new layouts, additional slipcase packaging, multiple bonus tracks (including live tracks from Japan featuring former vocalist Johan Liiva) and much more. The titles will be available in Europe on May 25, 2009.
Commented guitarist Michael Amott: "I recently worked with the Century Media team on putting the reissues of 'Stigmata' and 'Burning Bridges' together. There's a bunch of cool bonus tracks on both albums plus track by track commentary from myself and liner notes from ex-vocalist Johan Liiva. These reissues came out just right and I hope the ARCH ENEMY die-hards as well as newcomers will dig checking them out!"
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