She chose Alissa White-Gluz to take over her role as vocalist. Long before the band took the stage at the Violet Vault Club, fans were filling out the floor, with a large number carrying merchandise that they had purchased from Arch Enemy's street team. The sold out show in Singapore was the band's only Southeast Asian date of the tour, with the band taking off for China the day after. The raucous crowd even cleared the floor to make way for a fan in a wheelchair, cheering him on and drowning the venue in applause. The lights dimmed at exactly 8pm and the band burst onstage with 'The World Is Yours', the lead single off the band's album Will To Power.
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Arch Enemy is a Swedish melodic death metal band, originally a supergroup , from Halmstad , formed in It was founded by Carcass guitarist Michael Amott along with Johan Liiva , who were both originally from the death metal band Carnage. The band has released ten studio albums , three live albums , three video albums and four EPs. The band was originally fronted by Johan Liiva, who was replaced by German vocalist Angela Gossow in Gossow left the band in March to become the group's manager and was replaced by Canadian vocalist Alissa White-Gluz. It obtained a fair amount of success in Japan , achieving MTV rotation with their first single "Bury Me an Angel", as well as moderate success in Sweden. After the release of Black Earth the band switched labels, signing a contract with Century Media. The album gained a wider audience and popularity in Europe and America. This was also the first Arch Enemy album to be released worldwide. Burning Bridges was released, and was followed by the live album Burning Japan Live