• Sun. Jun 23rd, 2024

Arch Enemy to Support Amon Amarth at House of Blues!

Attention Beastlings! Swedish heavy metal band, Arch Enemy, is another I’m incredibly eager to see. 

The band will be coming along with At the Gates and Grand Magnus in support of Viking Metal band Amon Amarth. Check out our pre-show coverage of them HERE.

Band History.

This band is originally a supergroup. Arch Enemy is managed by former vocalist Angela Gassow. However, they are currently fronted by Canadian vocalist Alissa White-Gluz. Adding to the lineup is founder and guitarist Michael Amott, guitarist Jeff Loomis, drummer Daniel Erlandsson, and bassist Sharlee D’Angelo.

These guys (and gal) formed in 1995. Yeah, it’s been that long. The band powered through line up changes until former vocalist Angela Gassow joined in 2000. With Gassow’s addition of heavy vocals, the band propelled forward.

The addition of White-Gluz has only added to the band’s success. And with good reason.

Arch Enemy
Tour flyer for Arch Enemy & Amon Amarth.
Music.

The latest release by the band is the album Covered in Blood.  This is a compilation of covers with an Arch Enemy twist. 

I look forward to hearing songs from 2017’s Will to Power and 2014’s War Eternal. I’m even stoked to take a trip back to 2005’s Doomsday Machine

These guys have insane energy and I honestly can’t wait to see their setup and show.  My ears are more than ready to hear Gluz’s growls and screams live.

See you in the pit.

For tickets, visit the House of Blues website HERE .

Spotify.

By Christina Corcoran

Christina (Rosenfeld) Corcoran- Photographer- Hey guys! I'm Christina. I'm originally from New York but I gave up the snow for the sun and moved to Las Vegas. That happened about 5 years ago which is crazy. I've been a concert photographer for 5+ years. I love it regardless of it's challenges. I'm a fan of all genres of music but metal will always soothe my little black heart (especially with a "female front". I say that in quotes because it's a delicate subject). Fun fact: The Monkees were the first band I ever loved. I was 5 when I was introduced to them. They were also my first concert when I was 6. When I'm not photographing in the pit, I usually have my hands on someone's face. Fun fact: I'm an esthetician/makeup artist. I also enjoy them very much. I love making people feel their best. If you want to make me happy, give me a taco. See you at the next show \m/

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