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Dead Eyes See No Future Import

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  • Audio CD (15 Nov. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B00069I4YY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
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I love Arch Enemy,been my favourite band since Stigmata was released and this is a tasty addition to the collection.The song "Dead Eyes See No Future" is from their incredible "Anthems Of Rebellion" album and indeed a good song.
The extra's on this cd are excellent,there are 3 live tracks from a gig in Paris which are well recorded and sound better than the tracks onthe bonus cd on the Anthems album and are a taster of how good Arch Enemy are live.
Best for me are the 3 covers on this cd,we have Megadeth's "Symphony of Destruction",downtuned and very meaty,the vocals are a little out of time and it's a bit slow but a damn cool version of it.Next up is Manowar's "Kill With Power"and it really is brilliant,the song was class anyway but Arch Enemy bring their own touch to it and like their Aces High cover a few years ago it is awesome!!!!!Get it just for this track alone!
And finally A CARCASS SONG!!!!!Oh boy,dribble drool what more could we ask for?Ans a good job of it they have done,I'm sure you know of the Carcass connection in the band so i won't delve,except to say to any Arch Enemy fan buy this you won't be dissapointed!!!It's only a couple of quid too.Result!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 3.8 out of 5 stars 13 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 8 July 2015
By simon alberto - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
5.0 out of 5 stars pha-ghoef 23 Dec. 2011
By Jason Cullmann Mosaix - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Fans of metal in the 80's and heavy guitar will love the guitar work within this band. And Angela G. is slammin hot yo
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not your average EP 23 Jan. 2005
By Barry Lee Dejasu - Published on
Format: Audio CD
For almost as long as I've listened to Arch Enemy's latest studio album, _Anthems of Rebellion_, the song "Dead Eyes See No Future" has been my favorite piece by the band. The fierce rhythms and drumming (one of Daniel Erlandsson's best performances, I think), the grim vocals (I still can't get over how effective Angela Gossow's voice is, knowing that it belongs to a woman!), and one of the most amazing guitar riffs I've ever heard in my entire life (in the bridge, when Michael Amott is soloing), are all only a few things that I like about that song. So when I heard it was going to be the lead track on an EP release, I of course was psyched. Granted, the EP seemed like it'd be something only hardcore Arch Enemy fans (myself included) would want to go out of their way to get, but when I received this for Christmas 2005, I had no idea that it would be this good.

After the title track, there are three live performances of "Burning Angel" (my immediate second-favorite song by Arch Enemy - and I usually don't pick favorites), "We Will Rise," and "Heart of Darkness," recorded during a Paris leg of their _Anthems_ tour. Live performances definitely seem to be the better setting for Angela. Her voice is deeper, harsher, more menacing, and not to mention she uses (or at least on these songs, had used) a lot more range in her voice. This only bodes well for the naysayers who whine about Angela not having the right voice for death metal - just wait until they release another album, and she'll no doubt be a real MONSTER!

Then there are the song covers. Starting them off is Megadeth's "Symphony of Destruction." I've been a fan of Megadeth for a few years now, and when I heard that this song was going to be covered by Arch Enemy, I nearly fainted. Like any good cover should be like, it retains much of the original song's message and overall vibe, but adds to it; Arch Enemy's guitars add a crushing brutality to the now-famous riffs created by the great Dave Mustaine. The drumming is overpowering, and of course, Angela's voice is simply scary. She follows the original song's vocal patterns well, too - this is obvious when she pronounces "Acting like a robot" as "Mrracting like a robot," just like how Mustaine did. I'm not familiar with the band Manowar, and so I can't really judge the cover of their track "Kill With Power," but nonetheless stands well as an Arch Enemy song. "Incarnated Solvent Abuse" is a cover of a song by grindcore heroes and melodeath forefathers Carcass. Because Michael Amott used to play guitar in that band, it makes the cover an interesting nostalgic tribute.

Finally, there's a video track to "We Will Rise" included in the multimedia section of the CD. Considering the cheap price, this album is far more than the average EP. I'd recommend it to anyone looking to get into Gossow-era Arch Enemy, as well as to any fan of the band. It's quite a treat.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A must have for Arch Enemy fans 31 Mar. 2005
By LUIS - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This Arch Enemy CD really gives you a lot for an EP, the studio track Dead Eyes See No Future is the only previously released track (from Anthems of Rebellion), the rest are live tracks and cover songs.
The live tracks, Burning Angel, We Will Rise and Heart of Darkness are excellent. The sound is crisp and the brutal riffing can be heard distinctly, unlike some other death bands whose live sound is just garbled noise. Angela Gassow's death growls have more range and dynamics than most death metal vocalists giving the songs much more depth and power.
The EP continues with Symphony of Destruction, a Megadeth cover. I am quite familiar with Megadeth's original version which is one of the bands best songs and I was expecting Arch Enemy to really take it to a new level of heavyness, but somehow it falls flat. The main problem is Angela's vocals which seem to have some sort of strange effect on them and she doesn't sound quite like herself. Also the famous riff, though played with more distortion than the Megadeth version, doesn't drive home like the original.
The remaining two cover tracks are the true gems here. I am not familiar with Manowar's version of Kill With Power so I can't compare AE's version to the original, but holy smoke, talk about some fast and furious riffing! This song just pummels along like a juggernaut! Angela's vocals really deliver on this one and the Amott bros. lay down the guitar tracks with equal amounts ferocity and precision. The last track is Incarnated Solvent Abuse, a Carcass cover. Now almost everybody knows that Carcass was guitarist's Michael Amott's former band so he is sort of covering himself on this one. Just a great track, technical, fast and very heavy with the melodic sense that would become a characteristic of Arch Enemy.
The disc also includes the video for We Will Rise, another excellent track from Anthems of Rebellion.
2.0 out of 5 stars Blah 8 Jun. 2011
By Take No Prisoners - Published on
Format: Audio CD
My main interest in this was to hear an updated version of a Carcass classic "Incarnated Solvent Abuse". We all know Michael Amott and his lineage with his previous band, Carcass. And though this version is certainly not better, Angela was actually able to do the song a fair amount of justice, which surprised me considering how bland she is as a vocalist. The guitars on it are noticeably sped up, but it didn't bother me to hear a fresh take on a classic. Make no mistake, the original is leagues above this. I could not help but laugh at the Megadeth cover. It truly ranks among the worst of all covers I have ever heard. As for the title song that this EP was named after, it is merely an OK song. Had they included it on the followup album Doomsday Machine it would no doubt been among the best that album had to offer, but let's remember, that album was not very good.
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