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Soilwork is a band formed in late 1995, originally under the name Inferior Breed in Helsingborg, Sweden. In 1996, they changed their name to Soilwork to better fit their new sound. Their unique sound is a fusion of the classic sound with power-groove riffs of late 1970s, early 1980s British, and European metal, but in their most recent albums they have also introduced elements from American and adopted a more melodic attitude… read more

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  • Avatar for MadTinus
    Then listen again, this album is as energetic and emotional as it gets..
  • Avatar for iPowers
    I'm really shocked that people are liking the new album. I really think they don't have that energetic/emotional touch that they had with their past releases.
  • Avatar for KTD264
    gotta love that cover photo with Will Smith (I assume that was in the era of Wicked Wisdom..the wife's band). Both made shout outs to each other in interviews too
  • Avatar for Porpse
    Old albums are boring shit for metal elitists.
  • Avatar for tefaano
    New album is insane and its their best so far. Dirk is unhuman! Hope they keep going in this direction!
  • Avatar for Fallingup1986
    I love the new album a lot. Can listen to it without skipping a single track. Its nothing wholly original but I love the direction they've taken on the past two records.
  • Avatar for lapagen
    These drums are killer and unexpected in a good way.
  • Avatar for Muinaiset
    I love the faster songs. Not too big on the Stabbing the Drama type of stuff compared to the past couple albums by these guys. I really hope they keep going with this direction. Specifically stuff like Alight in the Aftermath and The Phantom. I don't know what shows you've been too but faster songs always get people going crazy. Fast drumming live is awesome.
  • Avatar for MadTinus
    Petrichor by Sulphur and the opener are the obvious stand-out tracks i.m.o. You just can't beat that chorus in Petrichor, so fucking epic, there's just no option than to scream along and bang your head while at it. Strid's delivery is blistering there. Same goes for the album opener, amazing melodic riffing and great chorus. Soilwork epitomized. I love the entire album front to back though.
  • Avatar for Zach216
    Ok, add "Shining Lights" (in addition to "Whirl of Pain") to my list of songs I'll champion on the new album... love the hook. The speed drumming just gets a little old for me by the end. I'm a hardcore groove-fan... thrash drumming to me will always sound unevolved. It doesn't move a crowd & I probably look at & listen to music while thinking in my head how it's going to translate to a live show.

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