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Michael Amott of Arch Enemy

Another random image off my hard drive for you today. This is Michael Amott of Arch Enemy playing at Loud Park in Japan in 2009. Arch Enemy is one of those bands that has hit it big in Japan compared to their popularity in most other places in the world. In fact, they probably wouldn’t even exist were it not for their early success in Japan.

Arch Enemy is supposed to be entering the studio to record their next album today, scheduled for a May 2011 release.

3 Responses to “Michael Amott of Arch Enemy”

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    Steve:

    This is going to be off-topic, so I apologize, but I have heard you know a lot about the Japanese DS games.

    I will be studying abroad in Tokyo this spring. I’m about to finish my third semester of Japanese and I am very weak in Kanji/vocab. Katakana and Hiragana are no issue for me. I have read your reviews on the games, but I am indecisive.

    I want to buy two games. I figured “My Japanese Coach” to keep constant on vocab. Also, I do not know whether I should get “Nazotte Oboeru Otona no Kanji Renshuu Kaiteiban” or “Kanken DS 3” – both of which you highly recommend. There is also “Kanji Sonomama DS Rakubiki Jiten” which I know is more of a straight-forward dictionary.

    If you could take the time to make a choice for me, that’d be great. Thanks!

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    acase:

    Skip My Japanese Coach. It isn’t worth it. If you want two get Nazotte and Kanken. If you only want one get Kanken. I haven’t kept up with things during the past 16 months or so. Maybe there is something new that is good but I don’t know about it.
    http://traveljapanblog.com/wordpress/2009/04/kanken-ds-3-deluxe/

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    Steve:

    I will go with that, thanks!