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Carry The Cross - Arch Enemy - Doomsday Machine

On 03.11.2019 by Totaur With 1 Comments - 96kHz


2005
Label: Century Media - 77583-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal
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One gets the feeling that Doomsday Machine is something of a make-or-break album for Sweden's Arch Enemy. Easily the most commercial effort of the band's career thus far, it signals that dangerous moment in any heavy metal band's existence when, in a bid for acceptance on a wider scale, the bandmembers must risk upsetting the loyal fan base that has carried them thus far.

Then again, original diehards already accused Arch Enemy of selling out years before, when they replaced popular frontman Johan Liiva with newcomer Angela Grossow and inaugurated their experiments with more subtle metallic songwriting tricks.

And when your man in charge is Michael Amottsurvivor of countless heavy metal style battles and long-deceased former bands, guitar-driven overkill is really the only surefire guarantee -- with risk-taking simply a function of the game.

Doomsday Machine 's "game" begins with "Enter the Machine," a majestic, harmony-laden instrumental that some might find more adequate for a power metal album than anything from Arch Enemybut which actually proves very fitting as exceedingly melodious songs like "Taking Back My Soul," "Mechanic God Creation," and "Slaves of Yesterday" proceed to be unleashed. The serious thrashing of Carry The Cross - Arch Enemy - Doomsday Machine is dominant on only a couple of cuts: the rather average "Machtkampf" and the quite memorable "Nemesis," neither of them sacrificing their melodic touches, as the Amott brothers appear intent on chugging out cleaner, linear riffs instead, and leave drummer American High - Machine Head - Hellalive Erlandsson to account for much of the hyperactivity from the rear.

As for the front, vocalist Gossow's ragged croak is really put to the test by the band's increasingly melodic and dynamically varied instrumental backdrops, giving rise to legitimate concerns as to whether she has finally transformed from asset to liability.

Never an overpowering presence to begin with calling Karyn Crisis! Not that the lyrics handed her Carry The Cross - Arch Enemy - Doomsday Machine Amott provide much inspiration, either, seeming geared less toward actual meaning than sounding good and functional in S.M.S.

To My Heart (Liverecording) - Modern Talking Fan Club By Thomas Anders - CD 2001 chorus witness the utterly disposable "Skeleton Dance". In summary, and regardless of the above reservations, there's no disputing that Doomsday Machine is, fundamentally, yet another immaculately produced Arch Enemy album, forged first and foremost by the vision of Michael Amott 's guitar. If that vision lacks for extreme metallic fury because Amott has decided to make Arch Enemy the next Iron Maiden instead of the next Slayerthen at least his cards are laid out on the table, and fans can make up their own minds as to whether they want to follow.

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    Yoshicage 06.11.2019
    Doomsday Machine is the sixth studio album by Swedish death metal band Arch Enemy, produced by Rickard Bengtsson and mixed by Andy Sneap. It is the third album to feature the vocals of Angela Gossow. The album had some commercial success reaching Genre: Melodic death metal.
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    Gogar 06.11.2019
    Official videos: 'Nemesis' - 'My Apocalypse' Trivia: The album peaked at #87 on the Billboard Recording information: Recorded from March to May, at .
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    Mazura 04.11.2019
    Arch Enemy "Carry The Cross": Pick up the cross And carry it on Over and over The wheel turns again And when we are beaten Arch Enemy Lyrics. album: "Doomsday Machine" () Taking Back My Soul Nemesis My Apocalypse Carry The Cross I Am Legend / Out For Blood Skeleton Dance Mechanic God Creation.
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    Miramar 11.11.2019
    Jul 26,  · Carry the Cross Lyrics: We walk through the ages / The world on our shoulders / The burden we carry / To the dark end of our days / A thousand eyes watching / Every step we are taking / .
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    Doulkree 05.11.2019
    Lyrics to Carry the Cross by Arch Enemy from the Doomsday Machine album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
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    Niramar 11.11.2019
    One gets the feeling that Doomsday Machine is something of a make-or-break album for Sweden's Arch Enemy. Easily the most commercial effort of the band's career thus far, it signals that dangerous moment in any heavy metal band's existence when, in a bid for acceptance on a wider scale, the bandmembers must risk upsetting the loyal fan base that has carried them thus far.6/
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