ARCH ENEMY Play The Name Game

March 1, 2003

Sweden's ARCH ENEMY have whittled down possible album titles for their forthcoming full-length effort to the following two choices: "DehumaniZation" (with a capital Z) and "Anthems of Aggression", BLABBERMOUTH.NET can exclusively reveal. The group, who have yet to decide on the final album title, are hoping to release the CD worldwide in late July.

Among the tracks set to appear on the album are the following:

01. Despicable Heroes
02. Exist To Exist
03. Instinct*
04. Rise Above
05. Dehumanization
06. Saints & Sinners
07. End Of The Line
08. Dead Eyes See No Future

* mistakenly referred to as "Infected" on the band's official web site

The album's completed by two tracks with the working titles "Rammstein" and "Old School Thrasher". The follow-up to 2001's "Wages Of Sin" is currently being recorded at producer Andy Sneap's Backstage Studios in Ripley, England.

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