michael amott is a great guitarist.
Pretty cool song, maybe a bit boring, but great verse, chorus couldve been a little better.
The short interlude after each chorus was amazing though, it reminded me of John Liiva era work, particularly "Silverwing" off of "Burning Bridges."
Digging: Firewater - Get Off the Cross, We Need the Wood for the Fire
They could have picked a better single. The Last Enemy is a much better song. Still, I like the amount of layering they put into this album...the amount of guitar solos and lead lines is more than any other album they've done.
What the fuck, the song won't play.
And Shattered... where have you heard The Last Enemy?
Go on the century media link to here it, the myspace one doesnt work.
Go here to hear it:
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That was such a solid song. They just keep getting better. And Angela is getting better with age, so much better than their other shitty vocalist. This Message Edited On 08.01.07
Great song! The myspace wouldn't play for me, but then I remembered I already had the entire album and had never listened. :p This so far is definitely pushing the Gothenburg sound out of the realms of shittiness. Angela's voice is vicious.
[QUOTE=ZooYorker6]And Shattered... where have you heard The Last Enemy?[/QUOTE]
Why, the album, of course. :D
:o great song, didn't really bother to listen to AE before
Album is really good. Better than Anthems of Rebellion and better than I remember Wages of Sin and Doomsday Machine being.
Sweet! This is actually really fucking awesome.
very nice, from that song, this could be as good as Wages of Sin, or possibly better?
I'd have to say this is their best album ever. At least on par with Stigmata.
Album is excellent.