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Tag Archives: Soilwork

Album Review: Soilwork continues to push their boundaries with ‘Verkligheten’

Posted by on January 15, 2019

Soon after discovering In Flames during my descent into the bowels of the Swedish Melodic Death Metal scene, I stumbled upon Soilwork’s Sworn to a Great Divide. I was quickly drawn to its aggressive and yet catchy structures to the point that my burnt-to-CD-from-iTunes copy remained a staple in my 1998 Honda CRV’s stereo system […]

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New & Noteworthy: January 11th, 2019: With the New Music Blind

Posted by on January 11, 2019

New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. The year is starting to pick up, with Sweden granting us both new Soilwork and At the Gates. You can check out the last New & Noteworthy here, and the latest sales […]

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Soilwork premiere animated video for “Stålfågel

Posted by on December 21, 2018

On January 11th, 2019, Soilwork’s new album Verkligheten will be released via Nuclear Blast. The group has already unveiled two songs with “Arrival” and “Full Moon Shoals,” and today (21st), they dropped the third single with “Stålfågel.” This time around, the group revealed the track by premiering a brand new animation video. Watch the clip […]

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Soilwork premiere “Full Moon Shoals” music video

Posted by on October 26, 2018

On January 11th, Soilwork’s new album Verkligheten is scheduled to arrive via Nuclear Blast. The group has already unveiled the first single with “Arrival” and today (26th), they dropped a music video for the new song “Full Moon Shoals.” Check out the clip below and pre-order the record here.

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Soilwork to release ‘Verkligheten’ in January, streaming new song “Arrival”

Posted by on October 14, 2018

Soilwork’s overall eleventh studio album Verkligheten is set to arrive on January 11th, 2019 via Nuclear Blast. The follow-up to 2015’s The Ride Majestic will be the first to feature Bastian Thusgaard on drums, who replaced Dirk Verbeuren back in 2016. The first edition digipack as well as the vinyl versions will contain the exclusive […]

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The Night Flight Orchestra premiere “Turn To Miami” music video

Posted by on June 27, 2018

This Friday (29th) the Swedish classic/progressive rock supergroup The Night Flight Orchestra’s  fourth studio album Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough will arrive via Nuclear Blast. Today (27th) the group featuring members of Soilwork and Arch Enemy have premiered the new video for the song “Turn To Miami.” Check out the clip below and pre-order the […]

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Amorphis and Soilwork announce 2019 co-headlining European tour w/Jinjer and Nailed to Obscurity

Posted by on June 19, 2018

Amorphis and Soilwork have announced a co-headlining European tour for early 2019. Jinjer and Nailed to Obscurity will be supporting the bill. Amorphis released their latest effort Queen of Time this past May via Nuclear Blast, and one could argue that it is one of the best albums of 2018. Soilwork are still working on […]

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Ten debut metal albums that turn 20 this year

Posted by on January 10, 2018

1998 was definitely a year for the books and made a lasting impression on our modern history. For starters, Google was born, as Seinfeld came to an end. Other “births” included the first iMac and the dawn of MP3 players. It was also a simpler time when it was easier to impeach presidents. Who can forget […]

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Photos/Review: Hellfest 2017 was One Hell of a Ride

Posted by on June 26, 2017

As promised, Hellfest 2017 was “One Hell of a Ride” For three day; over 120 bands took over the small town of Clisson, France.  Proving that Hellfest is quite possibly the greatest metal festival around today, dare I even say Ever! “Are you ready for some awkward Canadian prog metal?!?!” –Devin Townsend The opening day […]

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The Night Flight Orchestra are geminis in “He-Man goes to Russia”-inspired video

Posted by on April 20, 2017

The Night Flight Orchestra is like the best dad rock band that wasn’t around in the ’80s. You’d be forgiven for not knowing that, however, given that the band’s hooky, infectious hard rock sounds like it could’ve come out anywhere from the ’70s to the mid’80s. You’d also be forgiven for not knowing that the […]

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