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7 thoughts on “ Dead Eyes See No Future - Arch Enemy - Anthems Of Rebellion

  1. A music video was made for "We Will Rise", gaining heavy airplay on mainstream media.. Recording information: Pre-production in January, at Rockstugan in Halmstad, Sweden. Produced, engineered, mixed and mastered at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, United Kingdom.
  2. "Dead Eyes See No Future". Giving our blood. To the doomsday machine. Fighting for ravaged land. A worthless gain. Marching on a dead end road. A violent new disorder. Feeding off mistrust.
  3. Jul 28,  · Anthems of Rebellion Arch Enemy Metal ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Tear Down the Walls 2 Silent Wars 3 We Will Rise 4 Dead Eyes See No Future 5 Instinct 6 Leader of the Rats 7 Exist to Exit 8 Marching On a Dead End Road 9 Despicable Heroes.
  4. Wages of Sin and Anthems of Rebellion (–) The first album with songs featuring Gossow was Wages of Sin, released in In December of the same year, Arch Enemy took part in the "Japan's Beast Feast " concert, playing alongside Slayer and Motöalternative.kataxevolkreenuamand.infoinfo: Melodic death metal.
  5. Jul 13,  · Anthems of Rebellion is the fifth studio album by Swedish melodic death metal band Arch Enemy. This was the first Arch Enemy album to feature clean vocals. A video was also produced for Dead Eyes See No Future, which consisted of a live performance. The album was Arch Enemy's first to see worldwide release, in Europe and North America /5(52).
  6. Anthems of Rebellion is a great album for both those just getting into melodic death, and the "veterans" of the genre. While perhaps not a classic in metal, Anthems of Rebellion is easily worth the investment. Definitely an impressive album. Recommended Tracks: We Will Rise Exist to Exit Dead Eyes See No Future Leader of the Rats/5.
  7. Jul 17,  · The best songs on Anthems of Rebellion are Silent Wars, Dead Eyes See No Future, Leader of the Rats and Dehumanization. These are the only four songs on Anthems of Rebellion that I’d actually call metal anthems, and certainly the only ones that I’d put into that Arch Enemy must-hears category I mentioned already/5(52).

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