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Dead Eyes See No Future Arch Enemy
Release Date: 2004 - 11 - 15, Audio CD, Century Media
Last Update 22.05.2013 03:41
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by - written on 26/01/08 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Released a year later than the album as a supplementary rather than promotional E.P., 'Dead Eyes See No Future' is aimed primarily at pleasing the existing fan base rather than trying to draw in newcomers, and as such makes the perfect companion piece to 'Anthems of Rebellion.' Only two songs are reproduced, the title song and a later, live version of its hit 'We Will Rise,' and the rest is made up of live material from a Paris show in 2004 and some quite unusual cover songs. 'Dead Eyes' itself is one of the more interesting and successful takes from the full-length album, despite the guitars falling a little flat as modern Arch Enemy tends to do. There's even ... Read the complete review
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