ARCH ENEMY Frontwoman Remembers The Victims Of 9/11

ARCH ENEMY frontwoman Angela Gossow posted the following message on Monday, September 11 on her official MySpace page:

"We are having a day off September the 11th, currently touring the USA [as part of Gigantour]. It makes me feel strange and sad, remembering that fateful day in 2001 where so many innocent people died. May the victims never be forgotten and the terrorists who did that may never be forgiven. I hope we will win the fight against terror and can live safely again some day. Stay strong, don't let them scare you, don't let them take away our freedom."

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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