ARCH ENEMY Finalize Japanese EP, Confirm Santiago Gig

February 5, 2002

Sweden's ARCH ENEMY, featuring German vocalist Angela Gossow, will issue a special EP, entitled Burning Angel, to coincide with the group's Japanese tour in March. The track listing is as follows:

01. Burning Angel (album version)
02. Lament of A Mortal Soul (unreleased song from Wages Of Sin sessions)
03. Starbreaker (JUDAS PRIEST coverrecorded in 1998, and featuring original vocalist Johan Liiva)
04. Ravenous (enhanced video clip)

In other news, ARCH ENEMY have confirmed a headlining show in Santiago, Chile on March 1st. Commented guitarist Michael Amott: "We played Chile in 1999 and made a lot friends there's a lot of super-cool people in the Chilean scene and we are excited about returning...metal and pisco rules!"

As previously reported, ARCH ENEMY will make their North American live debut with Gossow at The Troubadour in West Hollywood, California on March 5th (with TAKEN and CREMATORIUM opening) during the group's two-day layover on their way from Santiago, Chile to Japan for their first Japanese tour in support of the critically-acclaimed Wages Of Sin release (which is scheduled to be issued in the US on April 2nd through Century Media Records). ARCH ENEMY will make their east coast debut at the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival in Worcester, Massachusetts during the weekend of April 5th & 6th.

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