Soilwork - Verkligheten



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Release date: 11 January 2019
Style: Gothenburg metal

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01. Verkligheten
02. Arrival
03. Bleeder Despoiler
04. Full Moon Shoals
05. The Nurturing Glance
06. When The Universe Spoke
07. Stålfågel [feat. Alissa White-Gluz]
08. The Wolves Are Back In Town
09. Witan
10. The Ageless Whisper
11. Needles And Kin [feat. Tomi Joutsen]
12. You Aquiver [feat. Dave Sheldon]
13. Summerburned And Winterblown [Underworld limited EP bonus]
14. In This Master's Tale [Underworld limited EP bonus]
15. The Undying Eye [Underworld limited EP bonus]
16. Needles And Kin [original version] [Underworld limited EP bonus]

Additional info
Version of "Stålfågel" featuring Alissa White-Gluz is available only in iTunes edition and "Feverish" digital single.

Guest review by
Shamppy
Rating:
8.7
There's a very common saying that reads "don't judge a book by its cover". This, of course, is not meant to be taken literally and does not only apply on books. It also means "don't judge an album by its artwork". There's also another common saying that states that every rule has an exception. Well, Soilwork seems to be that exception.

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published 09.06.2019 | Comments (1)

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08.09.2020 - 18:53
Liafev
Written by Mercurial on 10.01.2019 at 12:02

prove they're the only melodeath band that still matter.


Lol ^^
What about Dark Tranquility or Be'lakor ? And many more.
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10.09.2020 - 00:32
Mercurial
Written by Liafev on 08.09.2020 at 18:53

Lol ^^
What about Dark Tranquility or Be'lakor ? And many more.

DT are decent, but not up to the standards of days far gone. Be'lakor were never good so don't need to worry about them.
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10.09.2020 - 01:54
Liafev
Written by Mercurial on 10.09.2020 at 00:32

DT are decent, but not up to the standards of days far gone. Be'lakor were never good so don't need to worry about them.


Well, I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree. Be'lakor are very clearly up high for me when it comes to melodeath. And I think you should giving them a fair chance again because saying they are not good doesn't seem to make sense at all. I mean, we can spend the whole day defining what's good, but these guys have talent and produce quality music, like it or not.
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