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Arch Enemy Streaming Decibel Flexi Disc Cover Tracks

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Arch Enemy has two cover songs appearing on Decibel Magazine's flexi disc series: Moderat Likvidation's "Nitad" and Anti Cimex's "When The Innocent Die." Included in issue #118 for subscribers, a limited number of flexi discs are also now available in Decibel Magazine's webstore for non-subscribers right here.

You can hear "Nitad"/"When The Innocent Die" below, courtesy of MetalSucks.net.

Michael Amott (guitar) comments: "When approached about doing the Decibel Magazine flexi, I immediately knew I wanted to pay tribute to some of my earliest influences in the 80's Swedish punk scene! 'Nitad' and 'When The Innocent Die' were recorded in Arch Enemy's rehearsal space and the result is abrasive and extreme, punk as fuck!"

"Nitad" and "When The Innocent Die" were recorded during the studio session for new album "War Eternal" (reviewed here).

You can also catch Arch Enemy on the road with Kreator, Huntress, and Starkill later this year. Details are available at this location.

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