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Old 03-18-2014, 07:59 AM
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Originally Posted by dcmetal108 View Post
I really liked The Agonist and never got into AE too much.
That's cuz your a idjit

Originally Posted by ravenheart View Post
Why would that matter?
It shouldn't, but I've noticed over the years that, given a choice between a thing from the U.S. and a thing from Europe, you tend to favor the thing from Europe no matter what, especially of it's British. (and of course, I'd expect nothing different)

Originally Posted by ravenheart View Post
This is why I think it's foolish of AE to not accompany the announcement with a song from the new album.

Originally Posted by Steev View Post
I remember hearing The Agonist cover Dark Tranquility, I dont think I liked it

otherwise the only thing I know is she was in Revolver like 8 years ago going on a straight edge tirade
Irrelevant on both counts. The Agonist isn't writing the music here - Arch Enemy is, and since when does a vocalist being straight-edge (or not) affect the band's sound?

Originally Posted by ravenheart View Post
There was nothing at all wrong with Khaos Legions. In fact, I recall it being very popular when it was released.
Exactly. Khaos Legions was a damned decent release, and Root of All Evil was essentially a re-release of old AE stuff with Angela's vocals on it, which turned out even better than I'd expected.

Originally Posted by MetalIsArt View Post
I must be one of the few who likes AE with Angela
I don't see this being the case at all. Who said that? If anything, I think the majority of folks like Angela. That's why people are a bit concerned that Alissa will be able to adequately fill her shoes.
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