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Khaos Legions was well worth the wait. A solid 14 tracks - 11 songs and three instrumental passages - it's an album that immediately recalls Anthems of Rebellion (2003) and Doomsday Machine (2005), considered up to this point to be Arch Enemy's two strongest outings to date. Loaded with the Amott brothers' trademark guitar shred, spearheaded by vocalist Angela Gossow's instantly recognizable hell-hath-no-fury delivery, all backed by the Sharlee D'Angelo / Daniel Erlandsson bass / drum high energy stomp, Khaos Legions features the band's trademark extreme metal execution coupled with some eyebrow-raising surprises along the way. Eight studio albums and 15 years into their career, Khaos Legions is Arch Enemy's iron "You are here!" stamp that hits like a ton of bricks.
Khaos Legions was well worth the wait. A solid 14 tracks - 11 songs and three instrumental passages - it's an album that immediately recalls Anthems of Rebellion (2003) and Doomsday Machine (2005), considered up to this point to be Arch Enemy's two strongest outings to date. Loaded with the Amott brothers' trademark guitar shred, spearheaded by vocalist Angela Gossow's instantly recognizable hell-hath-no-fury delivery, all backed by the Sharlee D'Angelo / Daniel Erlandsson bass / drum high energy stomp, Khaos Legions features the band's trademark extreme metal execution coupled with some eyebrow-raising surprises along the way. Eight studio albums and 15 years into their career, Khaos Legions is Arch Enemy's iron "You are here!" stamp that hits like a ton of bricks.
5051099806320

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Catalog: 00000735
Rel. Date: 06/07/2011
UPC: 5051099806320

Khaos Legions [Import]
Artist: Arch Enemy
Format: CD
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Khaos Legions was well worth the wait. A solid 14 tracks - 11 songs and three instrumental passages - it's an album that immediately recalls Anthems of Rebellion (2003) and Doomsday Machine (2005), considered up to this point to be Arch Enemy's two strongest outings to date. Loaded with the Amott brothers' trademark guitar shred, spearheaded by vocalist Angela Gossow's instantly recognizable hell-hath-no-fury delivery, all backed by the Sharlee D'Angelo / Daniel Erlandsson bass / drum high energy stomp, Khaos Legions features the band's trademark extreme metal execution coupled with some eyebrow-raising surprises along the way. Eight studio albums and 15 years into their career, Khaos Legions is Arch Enemy's iron "You are here!" stamp that hits like a ton of bricks.
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