ARCH ENEMY Frontwoman Checks In From GIGANTOUR

ARCH ENEMY frontwoman Angela Gossow has posted the following message on the band's official web site:

"Just checking in quickly from the Gigantour. It's all going great, Dave Mustaine [MEGADETH] greeted everybody in person the first day — a wonderful gesture which certainly sets the tone for this tour: Nice people, relaxed and friendly backstage atmosphere + KICK-ASS METAL! It's a brilliant line-up and well worth getting your lazy butt off the couch! So get moving and bang that head that doesn't bang!

"We are doing the FYE signings at every show, so be sure not to miss this opportunity to get your stuff signed! See you there!"

ARCH ENEMY's double disc DVD set, "Live Apocalypse", was released last month. An e-card is available that features two videos taken from the DVD for the tracks "Ravenous" and "My Apocalypse", along with a new photo gallery. You can view the e-card by clicking here.


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