Title: Doomsday Machine
Style: Thrash, Speed Metal, Death Metal
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FLAC size: 1778 mb | MP3 size: 1404 mb | WMA size: 1357 mb
Doomsday Machine is the sixth studio album by Swedish death metal band Arch Enemy, produced by Rickard Bengtsson and mixed by Andy Sneap. It is the third album to feature the vocals of Angela Gossow. The album had some commercial success reaching number 87 on the Billboard 200 selling 12,000 copies. Christopher Amott left the band shortly after recording the album in July 2005 but rejoined 2 years later for the songwriting sessions for Rise of the Tyrant.
Arch Enemy - Doomsday Machine (2005).
Band Name Arch Enemy. Album Name Doomsday Machine. Released date 26 July 2005. Labels Century Media. Once it was released, I got it at a record store for 10 bucks, it was a special promotional deal. Now it costs about 16 bucks. This album sold 12,000 copies in the USA in its first week and debuted at on the Billboard 200 chart. This is the eighth album for this Swedish melodic-death metal quintet. Vocalist Angela Gossow is a beautiful blonde lady from Germany, she shrieks and growls in a grim vocal style
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Doomsday Machine (2005) by Arch Enemy. Labels: Century Media Records. Genres: Melodic Death Metal Members: Angela Gossow, Christopher Amott, Michael Amott, Sharlee D'Angelo, Daniel Erlandsson.
Formed in 1996, Arch Enemy are a Swedish Melodic Death Metal outfit featuring members in Carcass, Mercyful Fate, Armageddon and Nevermore. Following up to 2003's Anthems Of Rebellion, Doomsday Machine is the sixth full-length album and the last of longtime guitarist Christopher Amott. Aforementioned, Doomsday Machine features aggressive, tightest and throwback brutality of Stigmata, Burning Bridges and distinctive instrumentations as guitars, drums, bass and vocals sung by Angela Gossow are a wreckoning force not to be messed with.
Doomsday Machine - may refer to: Doomsday device, a hypothetical weapon which could destroy all life on the Earth The Doomsday Machine, a 1972 science fiction film The Doomsday Machine (Star Trek), an episode of Star Trek: The Original Series Doomsday Machin.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Enter The Machine||2:02|
|2||Taking Back My Soul
Lead Guitar [Guest] – Gus G.
|5||Carry The Cross||4:12|
|6||I Am Legend / Out For Blood||4:58|
|8||Hybrids Of Steel||3:49|
|9||Mechanic God Creation||5:59|
|11||Slaves Of Yesterday||5:03|
- Arranged By – Arch Enemy
- Artwork By [Art], Layout – Joachim Luetke
- Artwork By [Concept] – Joachim Luetke, Michael Amott
- Backing Vocals [Additional] – Apollo Papathanasio
- Bass – Sharlee D'Angelo
- Drums, Music By – Daniel Erlandsson
- Keyboards, Engineer [Assistant] – Ola Stromberg*
- Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Music By – Christopher Amott, Michael Amott
- Lyrics By – Angela Gossow (tracks: 2 to 7, 9, 11), Michael Amott (tracks: 2, 9, 10)
- Mixed By, Mastered By – Andy Sneap
- Photography [Band Picture] – Paul Harries
- Producer, Arranged By [Additional] – Rickard Bengtsson
- Vocals – Angela Gossow
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Not For Sale
Recorded at Slaughterhouse Studio, Halmstad, Sweden, March, April, May 2005.
Mixed and Mastered By Andy Sneap at Backstage Studios, Derbyshire, U.K., May 2005.
Tracks 1 & 8 are instrumental.
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