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Arch Enemy and Trivium Rip The Regency
Arch Enemy and Trivium Regency Ballroom November 28, 2017 All photos by Raymond Ahner. Arch Enemy and Trivium, two of the biggest names in metal today, have teamed up for a fall tour and recently stopped at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco for a night of heavy metal at its finest. After short but inspiring sets from both openers, Fit For An Autopsy and While She Sleeps, Arch Enemy took the stage and proceeded to lay waste to the packed venue. Opening with "The World Is Yours," off their recently released Will To Power album, the band was on fire from the moment they hit the stage. Guitarists Michael Amott and Jeff Loomis traded riffs effortlessly, while the rhythm section of bassist Sharlee D' Angelo and drummer Daniel Erlandsson provided the backbone that gave the songs the heavy backbone they need perfectly with the dual guitars. Led by vocalist Alissa White-Gluz, Arch Enemy blazed through a setlist that included "The Eagle Flies Along" and "The Race," also from their new