Alissa White-Gluz is a Canadian singer from Canada. She is a Canadian singer popular for her role as lead singer in Arch Enemy, the Swedish popular death metal group Arch Enemy, and former the lead vocalist and founder member of Canadian metalcore band the Agonist. How much is Alissa White-Gluz‘s net worth in total?
Her birth date was July 31st, 1985. Her vocal style combines clear and growling vocals. She was a fan of metalcore and melodic death metal She has been an extra vocalist in the power-metal, symphonic, and deathcore groups, including Kamelot, Delain, Carnifex, and Powerwolf and played live in concert alongside Nightwish and Tarja Turunen.
|Net Worth in 2022:
|July 31, 1985
|5' 4″ (163 cm)
|Arch Enemy, The Agonist, Kamelot, Delain
Alissa White-Gluz’s Net Worth
Alissa White-Gluz‘s net worth is $2 Million.
She is the third child of 3. Her parents were held in concentration camps in World War II and escaped. The experiences they had in the camps would eventually be the inspiration for “the” Arch Enemy song, “First Day in Hell”.
Alissa was in 2004 when White-Gluz started the Agonist along with bandmates Danny Marino and Chris Kells in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The group released 3 albums while with the band as their main singer. White-Gluz quit the Agonist in spring 2014 when she was given the opportunity to sing in the band Arch Enemy.
She also joined Arch Enemy on the 17th of March, 2014. The band also announced via press announcement that Alissa White-Gluz was to replace their previous vocalist Angela Gossow. As part of Arch Enemy, she has released two studio albums (War Eternal and Will to Power) and two live albums (As The Stages Burn! and Live Power).
Who is the richest member of Arch Enemy?
Alissa White-Gluz released nine studio albums, two compilation albums, and 25 times Guest appearances without Arch Enemy or The Agonist. Also she released five albums with the Arch Enemy band. Alissa White-Gluz‘s albums have sold too many albums with her bands. Alissa White-Gluz‘s net worth is $2 Million.
Personal Life of Alissa White-Gluz
Alissa White-Gluz has been in a relationship with Misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein since 2014. Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein is the guitarist of the American Horror punk rock band Misfits.
She was born into an environment of vegetarians, She has been a vegan since 1998. She lives a straight-edged lifestyle.
In an interview in 2018 of Metal Hammer, Alissa White-Gluz said she was “vegan for 18 years” however she had been involved in animal rights activism since her childhood. White-Gluz was awarded the Libby Award in 2018 by PETA for her involvement as part of an international campaign against the killing of Canadian seals.
- Fame comes at a price
- Solo albums are hard work
- Express yourself
- Manage your shit
“When it comes to putting on a huge production, the ideal route is being on a tour bus and you play a couple of shows in a row but you have plenty of days off so the truck that’s lugging all the stage gear can get there and set up, then do run-throughs to make sure everything is working properly.”
- Never forget where you came from
“My proudest moment was the first time I played in Montreal with Arch Enemy, where I grew up and started playing music, so my whole family was there that night. Last week, I turned 34, which officially marks the point where I’ve played music for more than half of my life now… that makes me feel old!”
- Clean your damn tour bus
- Make your team a family
- The internet changed everything
- Keep your eyes peeled
- Be a good guest
- Good lighting is key
- Visualise your music
“Writing with Arch Enemy, I want to hear the song first, so Michael and Daniel write the songs, then I can place the lyrics in the right points. Usually, when I hear the music, it conjures up moods, feelings, and images. For example, when I first heard the First Day In Hell, all I could think of was the color red, which isn’t a far stretch because you think of fire and the color red in hell.
Then I ended up writing the lyrics with that in my head and it ended up with this gloomy, dark, desperate feeling, even in the way I sing it. We discuss all this with the band and the crew, so First Day In Hell is played live with red lights onstage to keep that theme going. It’s cool to take a song from its infancy and build it all together to present it live to fans all around the world. First Day In Hell is currently my favorite song to play live!”
- Set your expectations
with The Agonist
2007 – Once Only Imagined
2009 – Lullabies for the Dormant Mind
2011 – The Escape (EP)
2012 – Prisoners
with Arch Enemy
2014 – War Eternal
2017 – As The Stages Burn!
2017 – Will to Power
2019 – Covered in Blood
2022 – Deceivers
You can watch the Alissa White-Gluz interview below!