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Hear Arch Enemy's Intense New Song “The World Is Yours”

Hear Arch Enemy's Intense New Song “The World Is Yours”

Arch Enemy are gearing up to release their 10th studio album, Will of Power, on September 8th via Century Media. After unveiling the album artwork late last month, and dropping a cover of the Shitlickers’ “The Leader (of the Fuckin’ Assholes)” earlier this week, the Swedes have finally unveiled “The World Is Yours,” Will of Power’s debut single (which is also their first new music in over three years). It arrives accompanied by a ferocious music video directed by Patric Ullaeus, which finds Alissa White-Gluz and company performing the song against a backdrop of shadows, strobe lights and outer-space scenery. Watch below.

Arch Enemy guitarist Michael Amott (who co-wrote and co-produced “The World Is Yours” with the help of drummer Daniel Erlandsson) says he's proud of Will of Power, and can’t wait to take it on the road. “We had a blast recording together with the full band in the south of Sweden, and then mixing with Jens Bogren [Opeth, Dimmu Borgir, At The Gates], who did a superb mix and mastering in my opinion, even surpassing the epic sound on our previous record, [2014'sWar Eternal," Amott says. “People that have heard this song in particular are saying it's got the classic anthemic Arch Enemy vibe going on, and I think they might be right about that.”

Arch Enemy are keeping busy in the weeks leading up to their latest LP with a slew of European summer festival appearances scheduled through mid August. On September 15, one week after Will of Power’s release, they’ll embark on a trek through Eastern Europe, with support from Ukranian groove metal outfit Jinjer on most dates. Europen and North America legs will follow, although the band has yet to offer specific details regarding dates, cities, or venues.



July 06 – Ballenstedt, Germany – Rock Harz Festival
July 07 – Viveiro, Spain – Resurrection Fest
July 12 – Dunaújváros, Hungary – Rockmarathon
July 15 – Gavle, Sweden – Gefle Metal Festival
Aug. 04 – Snina, Slovakia – Rock Pod Kamenom Festival
Aug. 05 – Ostrava, Czech Republic – Ostrave v Plamenech
Aug. 07 – Majano, Italy – Festival Di Majano
Aug. 08 – Dornbirn, Austria – Conrad Sohm
Aug. 10 – Villena, Spain – Leyendas Del Rock
Aug. 11 – Vagos, Portugal – Vagos Metal Fest
Aug. 12 – Leeuwarden, The Netherlands – Into The Grave
Aug. 13 – Walton-On-Trent, UK – Bloodstock Open Air
Sept. 15 – Innsbruck, Austria – Music Hall *
Sept. 16 – Linz, Austria – Posthof *
Sept. 17 – Ljubljana, Slovenia – Cvetlicarna *
Sept. 18 – Belgrade, Serbia – Dom Omladine *
Sept. 20 – Bucharest, Romania – Quantic Club Open Air Stage *
Sept. 21 – Sofia, Bulgaria – Universiada Hall *
Sept. 22 – Athens, Greece – Piraeus 117 Academy *
Sept. 23 – Thessaloniki, Greece – Principal Club Theater *
Sept. 25 – Bratislava, Slovakia – Majestic Music Club *
Sept. 26 – Warsaw, Poland – Progresja *
Sept. 27 – Vilnius, Lithuania – Loftas *
Sept. 29 – Riga, Latvia – Melna Piektdiena *
Sept. 30 – Tallinn, Estonia – Rock Café *
Oct. 01 – Helsinki, Finland – The Circus
Oct. 03 – Minsk, Belarus – Re:Public
Oct. 04 – St. Petersburg, Russia – Aurora
Oct. 06 – Novosibirsk, Russia – Otdyh
Oct. 08 – Yekaterinburg, Russia – Tele Club
Oct. 10 – Moscow, Russia – Yotaspace
Oct. 11 – Samara, Russia – Zvezda



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