- "Blood on Your Hands"
- "The Last Enemy"
- "I Will Live Again"
- "In This Shallow Grave"
- "Revolution Begins"
- "Rise of the Tyrant"
- "The Day You Died"
- "Intermezzo Liberté" (Instrumental)
- "Night Falls Fast"
- "The Great Darkness"
Japanese Bonus TrackEdit
- "The Oath" (Kiss Cover)
- "I Am Legend/Out for Blood" (Live)
- "Diva Satanica" (Live)
- "Arch Enemy - South America Tour"
- Angela Gossow - lead vocals
- Michael Amott - lead & rhythm guitars and keyboard
- Christopher Amott - lead & rhythm guitars
- Sharlee D'Angelo - bass guitar
- Daniel Erlandsson - drums
- Produced by Fredrik Nordström, Michael and Christopher Amott
- Mixed by Fredrik Nordström
- Mastered by Peter In De Betou
- Engineered by Patrik J. Sten
- All Music Arranged by Michael Amott and Daniel Erlandsson
- Drum Arrangement by Daniel Erlandsson
- Vocal Arrangement by Angela Gossow
- Artwork by Niklas Sundin
- The speech from the song "Rise of the Tyrant" is taken from 1979 movie Caligula, and was also previously featured by ZAUM and on Matthew Sweet's 1993 album Altered Beast:
Caligula: I have existed from the morning of the world and I shall exist until the last star falls from the night.
Although I have taken the form of Gaius Caligula, I am all men as I am no man and therefore I am... a God.
I shall wait for the unanimous decision of the senate, Claudius. Claudius: All those who say aye, say aye. Caligula: Aye... aye! Senators: Aye! Aye! Aye!.. Guard: He's a god now...
- The song "The Day You Died" is inspired by the Japanese anime movie Grave of the Fireflies. In Revolver (Nov. 2007 issue), Angela Gossow names the movie as one of her favorites.
- The song "Wings of Tomorrow" (Europe cover) was also recorded during the Rise of the Tyrant sessions, but wasn't released until Khaos Legions, on the second disk of a two disk media book version.
- A video was made for "Revolution Begins" and "I Will Live Again" (both directed by Patric Ullaeus).
- The title of the album is also the title of a movie in the Metalocalypse episode "P.R. Pickles".
- The text at the top of the album cover reads "Beneath the burning cross my immortal soul"; this line is taken from the second track of the album ("The Last Enemy"): Funeral silence beneath the burning cross
My immortal soul sleeps with the wolves tonight.