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Arch Enemy's "Dead Eyes See No Future" Video Posted Online

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Arch Enemy's video for the track "Dead Eyes See No Future" has been posted online at this location.

"Dead Eyes See No Future" is the title track of the band's recently released EP containing a mixture of live tracks and cover versions. The CD, which was initially released in Japan only while the band were touring there a few months ago, has since been expanded with the addition of an extra live track ("Heart Of Darkness") as well as the "We Will Rise" video.

Arch Enemy will be filming their show on December 17 for a DVD that the band are planning to release in 2005. The Metal Hammer-sponsored concert, dubbed "Swedish Apocalypse", will take place at the Forum in London, U.K. Support will come from fellow Swedes The Haunted, Dark Tranquillity and Nightrage. Commented guitarist Michael Amott: "This is shaping up to be one hell of a night! This is THE dream line up of bands for any fan of the 'Swedish sound!' We can't promise that the city of London will still be there after this Swedish Apocalypse! If the show doesn't do the job, the party afterwards will! What a great way to end the year!"

Source: Blabbermouth.net

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1. Ady [smackhead] writes:

the show was f***ing unbelievable, the croud weren't that lively but the haunted and arch enemy played well. after we went to kebab shop and met The haunted and got free haunted plecs. f***ing wicked

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