Burning Angel - Arch Enemy Reviews
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by - written on 26/01/08 (Very useful, 16 readings)
'Burning Angel' wasn't the most obvious choice for a single from 'Wages of Sin,' even if this was only ever released in Japan, but it's certainly a fairer representation of the band as a whole than the more popular and exciting 'Ravenous.' With its steady pace and intelligent mixture of heavy and melodic elements, it's more or less Arch Enemy at their best despite not being one of their more memorable songs, and the Amott brothers' guitars segue perfectly between deep death metal riffs and light, classic metal solos and leads, even if the main riff is stolen from Megadeth. Interestingly, the other two tracks added to bulk this out are both representative of ... Read the complete review
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