Arch Enemy "Stolen Life" (video)

Arch Enemy 'Stolen Life' (video)
We're nearing the one-year anniversary of metal warriors Arch Enemy's assaultive War Eternal LP, and the band are celebrating with a new video for an updated version of the set's "Stolen Life." You can see the band bash it out online now.

The vid prominently features semi-recent band acquisition Jeff Loomis (Nevermore), who throws down more than his fair share of tasty, fretboard-exploring licks. The ever-circling, Ferris wheel-styled camera also puts vocalist Alissa White-Gluz on display as she wretches out a litany of betrayal-inspired screams, and founding guitarist Michael Amott as he puts on a Flying V-driven six-string clinic.

There's also a narrative involving a young woman who escapes being tied to a chair in the middle of a road, nabs herself a vintage gas mask, and starts dismantling a stuffed animal. You'll see the enraged display down below.