Arch Enemy, Kittie, Otep, Walls Of Jericho, In This Moment, etc.
Angela: I think all of those other bands are cool, I’m a fan of Walls Of Jericho I like that tom boy attitude they tend to push out.
A TV show hostess talks about the members of Dethklok and their relationships with the opposite sex, mentioning that they have a different partner for every day of the week and wonders out loud if any of them will ever settle down.
She recalls Nate-Becca, and how Rebecca fell down several flights of stairs and got so injured she was in a coma, and Nathan supported her through the ordeal.
All Access Magazine- (AAM) Natalie Perez: "The Root of All Evil," is your eighth album to date, along with the band itself being around for 13 years, how does all of this make you feel? It’s pretty cool I didn’t think I’d still be doing this, after all of these years, when I first started listening to metal music was when I was 14 years old.
I didn’t think I’d still be actively involved within the metal scene, to this day though I still enjoy being up on the stage and screaming my head off.
Earlier this week, frontwoman Angela Gossow revealed she was stepping down from the band, passing the torch to former Agonist vocalist Alissa White-Gluz.Not that her replacement, Alissa White-Gluz, isn’t also fantastic.But now it seems as if Gossow’s got the itch to return to the stage again, having spent the past two-plus years still very much involved with Arch Enemy, just on the management side. Nathan replies that she was the ultimate girlfriend, Pickles and Murderface accurately point out that he liked her more for her unconsciousness (and thus inability to forbid him to do what he likes) than anything else.Nathan says that after some thought, he wants to start dating again.Read More Countless musicians have shown their support for "going green" ever since the psychedelic rock movement of the 1960s.In present times, metal musicians have been one of the most outspoken creative groups in favor of marijuana use.In a recent interview with Hard Force, when asked about her future, here’s what Angela had to say: Yes, I want to do a new extreme metal project, but it will happen when everything with Arch Enemy and Alissa is over and everyone is sailing in calmer waters. I suppose I will have time for that in 2018, when we have completed the first series of headline tours and so on. Elsewhere in the interview (and as alluded to above), Gossow reveals that Arch Enemy will release a new album in 2017, and Jeff Loomis (who I always forget is in Arch Enemy now! But to have all those acts come together you’d have to get the press informed and see what would happen.AAM: Do you think music will ever come to exist in digital form only?