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Pain of Salvation is a progressive rock band from Eskilstuna, Sweden. The band centres on lead vocalist, guitarist, composer, and writer Daniel Gildenlöw.

Trademarks include concept albums focusing on social, environmental, philosophical, and emotional issues as well as songs that incorporate complex rhythms and time changes but retain flowing melodies.

The band was formed by Gildenlöw in 1984 under the name Reality. The band used to participate in many music contests in their homeland of Sweden. The first EP, Hereafter… read more

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  • Avatar for SoleNero21
    as far as i remember that profile photo has been there for at least 6 years
  • Avatar for InSearchOfTruth
    similar artists: Ayreon, Haken... lol
  • Avatar for InSearchOfTruth
    ok, autumn/winter season is behind us, so let's change the fashion of this page and downVote that yellowish profile photo.
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  • Avatar for henriiquecrvg
    como conseguem ser tão bons????????????????
  • Avatar for Memor
    So, Remedy Lane Re:Visited is on the way. A double album with a live recording and a modern remaster. I remain kinda indifferent, but I guess the live album might be cool. Also, according to Daniel, In the Passing Light of Day (the new album, possibly 2016) will be heavier than what they've been doing.
  • Avatar for zox09
    @postkobaian Coal is indeed a great album... Just not by PoS.
  • Avatar for InSearchOfTruth
    @postkobaian - Coal 2013? You blended Leprous w/ POS here. :> / anyway, i'm glad 2 hear that Remedy Lane will have some ReVisit that it deserves. But i'll pray more 4 'Perfect Element' revisit. Btw, that album could be a synonym 4 a perfect dreadful production album. But with Daniel is not easy... no matter how bad production is, you cant kill a soul and spirit that streams under the surface. I think that's the reason i love Daniel.
  • Avatar for postkobaian
    I didn't enjoy much Falling Home either; except for the covers and the songs that turned out very different to previous studio recording versions. Let's see how the new album turns out; considering my taste I will probably love it --it's PoS. I highly doubt they manage to top their best album though, Coal from 2013.
  • Avatar for dark_wisdom
    I don't understand the point of stuff like Falling home. Your typical "unplugged" record filled with half-assed acoustic re-recordings of songs that didn't need it, some okay covers, and a new song (Falling home, which is kind of good I guess) that could have been released as a single or a promo for an upcoming album. I really hate it when bands waste their time releasing stuff no one wants (not even fans) instead of working on the stuff everyone is asking for: A new fucking Album.

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