See Arch Enemy's Alissa White-Gluz Detail Intense Personal Story Behind "First Day in Hell"

Revolver is proud to present "Lyric Dissector," a new video series in which heavy-music artists break down the lyrics of standout songs, word for word. The premiere episode features Arch Enemy frontwoman Alissa White-Gluz, who tells the powerful personal story behind the group's Will to Power cut "First Day in Hell." The vocalist was inspired to write the song by her grandparents, both of whom survived the Holocaust. "I heard these stories from them," she explains, "and I thought it was about time to just take this personal weight that I had in this historic event and translate it into a song."

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September 7, 2017