Swedish/German extreme metallers ARCH ENEMY have scheduled the following festival dates:
Feb. 06 - Frostbite Metalfest - Lathi, Finland
Mar. 06 - Dubai Desert Rock - Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Jun. 21 - Metal Dayz Festival - Pratteln, Switzerland
Jun. 22 - Summer Nights Festival - Mining am Inn, Austria
Jun. 23 - Legacy Fest - Dessau, Germany
Jul. 09 - Kvinesdal Rock Festival - Kvinesdal, Norway
Jul. 11 - Rock Harz Open Air - Ballenstedt, Germany
Jul. 12 - Masters Of Rock - Vizovice, Czech Republic
Jul. 18 - Open Air - Kiev, Ukraine
A three-minute trailer for "Tyrants Of The Rising Sun: Live In Japan", the recently released DVD+CD set from ARCH ENEMY, can be viewed below. An e-card for the set, which came out on November 24 in Europe and November 25 in North America, is available at this location.
The "Tyrants Of The Rising Sun: Live In Japan" DVD contains a live show filmed in Tokyo last year, an in-depth 40 minute road-movie feature, and all promotional videos that have been shot for the band's latest album, "Rise Of The Tyrant".
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