ARCH ENEMY: European Tour Dates Announced

July 29, 2005

ARCH ENEMY guitarist Michael Amott has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"Just taking a quick break from sweating our asses off out here on the Ozzfest in the States to give you the good news that European tour dates are now falling into place for this autumn. Below is what we have confirmed so far, more details to follow (ticket info etc) in the next few days. if you don't see your city or country down here yet, don't panic, there are still some more dates which we are trying to lock in right now. I'm hoping we'll be able to announce these next week, so keep your eye on the tour dates section for updates. Quite a few places here that we haven't been to for a long, long time — can't wait to get back out there in front of you guys again — these are nearly all headline shows so we'll be able to give you the full ARCH ENEMY experience for a change!! Support bands to be confirmed soon as well."

Confirmed ARCH ENEMY European tour dates:

Sep. 26 – Manchester, UK @ Academy II
Sep. 27 – Cardiff, UK @ Coal Exchange
Sep. 28 – Wolverhampton, UK @ Wulfrun Hall
Sep. 29 – Glasgow, SCO @ QMU
Sep. 30 – London, UK @ Forum
Oct. 02 – Paris, FRA @ Bataclan
Oct. 03 – Haarlem, NETH @ Patronat
Oct. 04 – Cologne, GER @ Live Music Hall
Oct. 05 – Eindhoven, NETH @ Effenaar
Oct. 06 – Stuttgart, GER @ Longhorn
Oct. 08 – Ternat, BEL @ Rock Festival
Oct. 10 – Hamburg, GER @ Markthalle

ARCH ENEMY's new album, "Doomsday Machine", was released this week via Century Media Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Anthems of Rebellion" was co-produced by the band and Rickard Bengtsson at Slaughterhouse Studio in Sweden and was mixed by Andy Sneap at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, U.K.

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