ARCH ENEMY Releases New Standalone Single “House Of Mirrors”; Streaming music videos


Last October, metal legends Arch Enemy returned with their first new song in four years, “Deceiver, Deceiver.” Today the band released another standalone single, mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen, “House Of Mirrors”

Stream “House Of Mirrors” now worldwide; the new video (directed by Grupa13) for the track, can be viewed below.

Guitarist Michael Amott comments: “Musically, it’s been an idea that’s been in my head for a while, and finally it’s over. It all started with the guitar motif that starts the track, which naturally leads into the 80s. galloping – metal feel to the verses As is always the case with us, we had quite a few different arrangements and demos of this song until it was, dare I say, fckn perfect! “

Singer Alissa White-Gluz adds: “‘House Of Mirrors’ is a song that weaves its way into the human psyche. I wrote the lyrics during a dark time of strict, dystopian lockdown, and I think people will be able to relate. identify with that feeling of being totally alone – but never truly alone – when you are surrounded only by past and future versions of yourself as a company.”

Arch Enemy Range:

Alissa White-Gluz – Vocals
Michael Amott – Guitars
Jeff Loomis – Guitars
Sharlee D’Angelo – Bass
Daniel Erlandsson – Drums

(Photo – Katja Kuhl)


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