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  • CD (25 septembre 2007)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000UZ4E0C
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  1. Blood On Your Hands
  2. The Last Enemy
  3. I Will Live Again
  4. In This Shallow Grave
  5. Revolution Begins
  6. Rise Of the Tyrant
  7. The Day You Died
  8. Intermezzo Liberte
  9. Night Falls Fast
  10. The Great Darkness
  11. Vultures


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je voudrait dire que cet album est le meilleur album que j'ai jamais écouté
de ma vie, les compos sont plus rentre "dedans" et les mélodies de plus en plus belles étant un gros fan de Arch Enemy je peux vraiment dire que cet un ouvrage exeptionel, a Acquerir au plus vite!!!!!!!!
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Tout à fait d'accord avec le commentaire précédent, cet album est très décevant (au mieux). Tout le monde attendait la réunion des frères Amott, et bien c'est raté. Rien de nouveau par rapport au très bon "Doomsday Machine". En fait ce qui ne marche pas du tout ici, ce sont les mélodies. Un comble, puisque c'est d'habitude le point fort du groupe. Tout est prévisible, et parfois même mielleux (si si!). La seule chose sur laquelle le disque ne déçoit pas, c'est la production. Le son est énorme, mais au vu des précédents albums du groupe c'est quasiment la moindre des choses. Je ne peux que répéter ce qu'a dit le posteur précédent, à bien écouter avant d'acheter !
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Arch Enemy est de retour ça va dépotter!
Effectivement les guitares des frangins Amott déboulent soutenues de mains de maîtres par la basse de S.d'Angello et la batterie de Erlandsson (le frère de celui chez Cradle).Mais celle qui m'a le plus surpris c'est bien Mlle Gossow : son chant est enfin devenu écoutable et ce petit effet d'écho sur sa voix n'est pas pour me déplaire.
Sinon pour le reste c'est la routine si je puis dire : riffs à fonds les ballons bien heavy thrash et solis à vous donner le tournis...Que du bon!
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Rise of the tyrant est très décevant: le son d'abord qui est d'une fadeur incroyable; les mélodies ensuite, très prévisibles. Mis à part les premiers albums, on a connu beaucoup mieux de la part d'un des meilleurs groupes de Death Metal. A écouter avant d'acheter !
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HASH(0x9aad7924) étoiles sur 5 The Tyrant has Risen 2 octobre 2007
Par M. Liston - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Wow, what an album. In my opinion, there has been a lot of great metal releases so far in 2007, so when I discovered that Arch Enemy was releasing an album in September, I was incredibly excited to say the least. I've been a big fan of the band's Angela Gossow-era releases since shortly after seeing them on Ozzfest in 2005 (I have yet to delve into their works with their former vocalist, Johan Liiva. It's on my to-do list...), and "Wages of Sin" is in my opinion their high point with Angela. The following two releases "Anthems of Rebellion" and "Doomsday Machine" were good, but didn't quite match up with "Wages..."

So how does Arch Enemy's newest album "Rise of the Tyrant" stand up to their past releases? Simply put, it is astounding. "Rise..." is easily better than "Anthems..." and "Doomsday...", and I'm hard-pressed in trying to decide whether it's going to replace "Wages..." as my favorite Gossow-era Arch Enemy album.

From the moment the album kicks off with the sirens of "Blood on your Hands," you know you're in for one heck of a ride. Arch Enemy does what they do best, and the results do not disappoint in the least. Every song on this album is full of energy, and carries that signature Arch Enemy sound with it. There is not a single bad or boring song on this album. The band is at the top of their game here, and the musicianship put into these songs is excellent. Angela roars her vocals out with her traditional growling voice, and some of the parts she does are full of emotion as she sings them. The Amott brothers Michael and Christopher work their magic on interchanging lead and rhythm guitars, delivering plenty of memorable riffs and solos throughout the album. A note about the guitars, which I noticed upon first hearing "Blood on your Hands," is that they seem to more "rough" or "abrasive" in their sound than on previous albums. They aren't quite what I would consider "raw", but they lean more towards that kind of sound than they have in the past, I think. Drummer Danial Erlandsson helps move the band along with plenty of double-bass work and other foot-tapping and finger-drumming percussive noise. And bassist Sharlee D'Angelo works the low frequencies with parts that help give a bit more thickness to the guitars (although you'll have to listen closely to pick it out... It's there though!)

The songs themselves are all what you might expect to hear if you were listening to "Wages of Sin." That said, the writing and musicianship put into them is very very good. That doesn't necessarily mean that "Rise of the Tyrant" is simply a "Wages of Sin: Part 2." No, this album is a work all of its own, and carries with it its own sound that simply echoes the great songwriting of "Wages..." As I've already said, all of the songs on this album are very good. A few standouts, though, include the opener "Blood on your Hands," "The Last Enemy," which features some great drumwork, "Revolution Begins," which is just plain catchy and enjoyable, the wonderful instrumental "Intermezzo Liberte," in which the Amott brothers showcase some of their awesome guitar work, and the closer "Vultures," which features some near-shrieking vocal work from Angela ends with a nice piano part. And I know that another reviewer has already stated this in his review, and I'm not trying to rip his review off or anything, but if you play this final track back-to-back with "Enemy Within" off of "Wages of Sin," which opens with a piano part, it sounds really really cool. Sort of a "full circle" effect, like how System of a Down opened and closed their two-album "Mesmerize/Hypnotize" set with two different versions of the song "Soldier Side."

On a final note, "Rise of the Tyrant" is undoubtedly one of the best metal albums that has been or will be released during 2007. If you're a fan of the band, or just a metalhead in general, then you owe it to yourself to pick it up and see why. If you don't, then I think you are truly doing yourself a large disservice.

Watch out Machine Head... Arch Enemy's after your spot for "Album of the Year..."
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HASH(0x9aad7d2c) étoiles sur 5 the best arch enemy album yet 19 décembre 2007
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
My favorite arch enemy up until this release was Burning Bridges. I like their stuff before and the stuff after but to me BB was perfect; they nailed everything on that record: the melodies, the solos, the vocals, everything was perfect and spot on and I doubt they would ever surpass it. I never had a problem with Gossow; I don't think her vocals are as great as johan's but they are still pretty solid. The records with her (up until this point) were great release but each one was missing something: wages of sin was too long winded and after about track seven, i fell asleep. Athems of Rebellion was a little too dumb downed in places and like a lot of aggression. doomsday machine was heavy and often scary in places but there was a certain edge that it didn't have and her vocals also sounded over processed and fake. after DM, i was ready for gossow to leave.

Enter rise of the tyrant: the bands best record to date. While she still doesn't have the greatest rang (yes you can have range with growls), she sounds infinitely more confident this time around and she seems to scream, growl, and yell from the gut this time rather than letting the studio hide her true power.

The drumming, while still not too spectacular, is a lot more intricate and interesting this time around. Most importantly, the ammott brothers are back in full game. Solid, heavy, riffs mixed with rapid fire fretting speed are displayed here on full force and the melodies once again mix effortlessly with the dark heaviness. The solos are, of course, out of this world as are the duel melodies.

Arch Enemy has reawakened from a slumber they have been in since they have recruited gossow and they are all the better for it. They are back full forth and nothing will stop them. Congrats, guys (and girl).
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HASH(0x9aad7da4) étoiles sur 5 A.E.'s best with Gossow 11 septembre 2013
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Arch Enemy's seventh album, and their fourth with female front-beast Angela Gossow, differs from most of the rest in that it is debatably the band's heaviest and angriest release. It is also, without question, far thrashier than what has been heard from A.E. before or since then. Traces of Slayer and Sepultura pop up, here, and this is in addition to the band's usual Metallica, The Crown, and At The Gates influences. This means that in addition to blistering thrash picking, the guitar solos are a bit more shred-oriented this time around. Of course, being one of the finest Swedish melodeath bands this side of In Flames means that there are definitely still some death metal influences present on "Rise Of The Tyrant," mostly (if not completely) thanks to the fact that Angela's vocals draw squarely from that genre.

"Intermezzo Liberte," a borderline atmospheric, instrumental cut with sterling guitar leads and epically clean soloing, is the obvious highlight of the album. But that is not to say that the standouts aren't abundant, though. "Blood On Your Hands" is a very propulsive and blood-pumping set opener that sets the stage perfectly for "The Last Enemy," another frenetically thrashing standout that steamrolls over the listener's eardrums as a scorching, rip-roaring onslaught of breakneck, buzzsaw picking, cannon-like double bass slamming, and shredding solos. A few slivers of melody do enter the picture, though, which come in the form of a harmonic solo section and a somber little piano outro. Later tracks, such as "I Will Live Again" and the bookending "Vultures" work similarly in that they both begin with obligatorily slow and/or melodic intros before slamming into brutal, all-out heaviness with guttural death metal growls leading the charge over piles of rapid-fire riffs and pyrotechnic solos. Indeed, they are both uncompromising death-thrash sprints, and ones that put any notion of tunefulness on the far back burner. (And the latter tune is further highlighted by memorable vocal patterns and a rhythmic, stomping, head-nodding beat.)

"In This Shallow Grave," which is almost a piece of pure thrash, albeit one with deathly tinges, is one later standout. It explodes with fiery, biting speedster riffs, quick, pounding drums, galloping rhythms, and fairly nice and ripping, melodical soloing. And the vocals are, of course, of the traditional death variety, thus meaning they are terrifically nasty, as well. Lead single "Revolution Begins" and "The Day You Died" are both industrial-strength chug and churners iced with grumbling bass, memorable vocal patterns (including, in the case of "Revolution Begins," catchy choruses and shout-worthy refrains), and good, winding, ascending and descending melodic solos. Of course, these two tunes seem like small potatoes when compared to "Rise Of The Tyrant" (the song) which opens with interesting little sample/movie clip before exploding into a tumultuous deluge of malevolent, Deicide-worthy death-thrash riffing and blistering mini solos. And the heck of it all is, a tempo change kicks in later on, too, taking the song into even more hyper-speed territory, with frenetic, wrist-spraining riffage and pummeling blast beats.

Two final songs remain, and they could hardly be more different from each other. The first of which, "Night Falls Fast," finds the guitarists trading off fiery, machine gun riffs over interlocking double-kick drums and muscular, churning rhythms. And the second, "The Great Darkness," is a steady beating that actually incorporates a surprisingly lot of melody into its mix. See, it slips in some sleek keyboard lines into its mix of inexorable death metal brutality, and some interesting, choral-sounding clean backing vocals find their way into the picture, here, as well. "The Great Darkness" is also of note for featuring allowing the guitarists to show off their unsurprisingly great solo skills once again, as they each rip out one dangerous, blazing, and just plain wailing lead after another. It all serves as the icing on the cake, and helps to ensure "Rise Of The Tyrant"'s case as being one of the most consistent and satisfying efforts to bare the Arch Enemy name of the last several years.
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HASH(0x9aadc150) étoiles sur 5 This album is crammed full of good tracks, and it is my favorite AE album 2 juillet 2014
Par DJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Arch Enemy has been a very hot-and-cold band since I got into them some years ago. Unlike some, I very much preferred the band's choice in Angela Gossow as opposed to her predecessor. Her delivery never fils to keep me engaged, and she is the premier female vocalist for European metal. This album is crammed full of good tracks, and it is my favorite AE album, even besting the Wages of Sin. The Last Enemy, I will Live Again, Revolution Begins, and Rise of The Tyrant are all classic AE highlight songs, but the opener Blood On Your Hands truly shines with the terrific melodic guitar work done by the Amott brothers. Intermezzo Liberte offerers a beautiful piece by Michael Amott, and is my second-favorite track.

All isn't perfect. Gossow is terrific, passionate, and aggressive. But don't take her for versatile. The songs can definitely blur together a little bit, and the same can be said for AE albums. As long as you know/expect what you are getting, you will be satisfied for sure.

If you like Gossow, this and Wages of Sin are your best bet if you are strapped for cash. Pick it up! A 4.5/5 rating.
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HASH(0x9aadc180) étoiles sur 5 Takes Arch Enemy's Song-Writing to a New Level of Awesomeness 26 septembre 2007
Par Shdwfthsun - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Arch Enemy has been getting better and better with each release so far, most apparently since Anthems of Rebellion. Rise of the Tyrant certainly is no exception and with this release you can expect an even more refined, powerful sound than before. Absolutely every song is a metallic masterpiece in and of itself, but like in every other album, some shine more than others. For example, the album opener, "Blood On Your Hands", is one of Arch Enemy's greatest songs. The brilliance of other songs, such as "I Will Live Again", "The Day You Died", and "Vultures" cannot be denied either. Unfortunately there is just one instrumental, "Intermezzo Liberte", but the awesome guitarwork in it and throughout the album should make up for it. Overall, I'd have to say Rise of the Tyrant is Arch Enemy's strongest effort to date, and if you're a fan of metal at all, you MUST listen to it. It's that awesome, and even more so when listened to in one sitting. Buy it and you will be blown away.
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