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The 14 of December 2007
The Old Ice Hall
Posts Tagged ‘Arch Enemy’
December 28th, 2007
THE BLACK CRUSADE
December 20th, 2007
Scrape Records 10th Anniversary Bash
***Live Review & All Photos By Lord of The Wasteland
October 12th, 2007
Interview by Shaq
Live photos by Lord of the Wasteland
Anyone even remotely familiar with the metal scene knows who Michael Amott is. With the recent announcement of a long-awaited Carcass reunion and the increasing popularity of his main band Arch Enemy, Mike is a busy man. Fortunately I was able to speak with him during his current North American tour and get his thoughts on everything.
February 2nd, 2007
Sharlee D’Angelo of Arch Enemy
Interviewed and pics by Anders Sandvall
I met up with bass player Sharlee D’Angelo of Arch Enemy as he, and the band, were about to kick off the Scandinavian part of the “Close Up Made Us Do It” tour in Malmö Sweden. Unfortunately, the interview was brief, but here is what Sharlee and I talked about.
December 8th, 2006
By: Anders Sandvall
September 24th, 2006
TUSKA OPEN AIR 2006
Central Park Kaisaniemi
Pics and article by the Finnish Metal-Rules.com team respectively
Once again thousands and thousands of metal fans arrived to conquer the capital of Finland, Helsinki. This was of course for the annual and prestigious Tuska Open Air Festival. The festival is arranged in the heart of the town, namely the central park Kaisaniemi. Nearly 33,000 freaks of all ages, possessed by metal, gathered to enjoy the metallic feast to the central park. Unlike the previous events of Tuska having been totally sold-out, instead a few days of the event this year weren’t sold out for some strange reason. Obviously the line-up didn’t manage to convince everyone to check out for example Sisters Of Mercy, Opeth, Celtic Frost.
Frankly, from our point of view, the bill for 2006 didn’t definitely offer any groundshaking names. Celtic Frost and Venom stand for the more nostalgic trip back to the 80’s in the eyes of several old school thrash metal maniacs, but in the positive way. Picking up Sisters Of Mercy to conclude the first opening day went beyond the sense of humour of several people. To be honest, none of these bands would have been the right ones to be a headliner for each day. But all in all the bill was based on covering a variety of different metal genres ranging from hyper-blasting metal to a more melancholic Finnish mainstream rock stuff ala Timo Rautiainen. Especially odd and strange sounding names booked to the festival had room to perform stuff of their own. Having a large range of metal and other types of rock proves Tuska is not limited to one certain metal category as everyone had something to feel, taste and see during these three long days.
Now it is definitely true that The Gods made and created Metal as the weather was extremely warm and hot during the whole weekend as there was no single rain cloud floating above the festival area. In general the atmosphere was peaceful and bigger problems managed to be avoided, thanks to the common metal spirit of the Finnish die hard metal freaks.
As usual, it has turned out to be an annual mandatory tradition for compiling this article of the Tuska festival in Metal-Rules.com with both pleasure and pain. Therefore the Finnish Metal-Rules.com pain squad spent the whole weekend testifying several acts in action and tried to feel and taste the spirit of Heavy Metal and soccer during three insane long days in the beautiful central park of Kaisaniemi with several friends as well as everlasting enemies as usual. Enjoy…
April 23rd, 2006
Arch Enemy / Chimaira / God Forbid / Hate Eternal
**Live Review & All Photos By Lord of The Wasteland
January 17th, 2006
**Live Review & All Photos By Lord of The Wasteland (NOTE: Photo approval was not granted for Iron Maiden or Black Sabbath)
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December 9th, 2004
Cradle of Filth/Arch Enemy/Bleeding Through/Himsa
Wednesday, December 1, 2004
Live Review & All Photos by Lord of the Wasteland
January 1st, 2000
Interview With Sharlee D’Angelo
Bassist Sharlee D’Angelo is a name you cannot escape. This guy has contributed bass skills to several bands including technical melodic death metal gods Arch Enemy, super-group Sinergy, and the ill-fated Ill Will. Sharlee is currently an active and full-time member of both Witchery and Mercyful Fate. I spoke with Sharlee in early January on the eve of the European Witchery tour.