Alissa White-Gluz Reflects On Decision To Join Arch Enemy

(Classic Rock) Arch Enemy singer Alissa White-Gluz says agreeing to replace Angela Gossow was the easiest decision she's ever made. When Gossow left the band last month, she approached The Agonist frontwoman White-Gluz to offer her the job.

In an interview with Maximum Rock, White-Gluz says she accepted the offer and planned to work with both bands, only to be sacked by her former bandmates.

White-Gluz says: "I didn't have any doubts about joining Arch Enemy. With Angela believing in me, I knew I could do it. It's obviously not an easy task and I am pushing myself as hard as I can, but I know that now is the right time for this change to happen and that I am up for the challenge.

"The guys in my former band obviously didn't like this idea very much because they kicked me out when I told them about my new engagements. I had planned to be in both bands and I am very capable of doing double duty, but I wasn't given the option, so now I will focus exclusively on Arch Enemy." more on this story

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