05:36 - psykometal Oh One Direction is a band? Lol, I was wondering what he meant be a "one direction tour banner". I thought he meant the banner only went in a single direction. Lol. Grammar fail ftw.
05:33 - huascaman There's no such ad. It's your subconscious telling you that you want to go see one direction. :}
Swedish metallers Soilwork have announced the first dates of the upcoming The European Infinity Tour in support of the band's most recent double album The Living Infinite. Additional tour and festival dates will be announced later but for now you can see the dates already confirmed for November.
"Spectrum Of Eternity", the new video from Swedish gothenburg metallers Soilwork, is now available for viewing below through the Youtube player. The song comes off the band's ninth studio and first dual-disc album, The Living Infinite, released on February 27th this year through Nuclear Blast Records.
Swedish gothenburg metallers Soilwork will tour across Australia this October, to present their most recent release, The Living Infinite. This double album is the group's 9th full-length studio effort and was released just a couple of weeks ago, on February 27th through Nuclear Blast Recrods.
Swedish metallers Soilwork took on the ambitious project of releasing a double album this year and The Living Infinite is right around the corner. After streaming two new songs, "This Momentary Bliss" and "Spectrum Of Eternity", you can now listen to "Rise Above The Sentiment" for which the band made a video with Sune Eskelinen and Niclas Lindah.
Swedish gothenburg metal maestros Soilwork have released the second single off the band's forthcoming double album, The Living Infinite. After premiering "Spectrum Of Eternity" last month, the band has now made available "This Momentary Bliss", which you can hear on the video located below.
Swedish melodic metal outfit Soilwork together with the folks at Nuclear Blast have shared a new single entitled "Spectrum Of Eternity", available for streaming below. Check it out and let us know what you think. One can also download the single for free here. The song is off the band's new upcoming album, The Living Infinite which has been scheduled for release on February 27th in Asia via Marquee Records, in Europe on March 1st, and in North America on March 5th through Nuclear Blast Records.
The Living Infinite, the ninth studio album and first dual-disc release by Swedish melodic metal maestros Soilwork, will be unleashed on February 27th in Asia via Marquee Records, in Europe on March 1st, and in North America on March 5th through Nuclear Blast Records.
On March 12th, 2013, Swedish melodic metal maestros Soilwork will kick-off their world tour in North America - their first time headlining in this territory in almost three years. The 54-show trek through the US and Canada will feature support from Jeff Loomis, Blackguard, The Browning, and Wretched.
Swedish melodic metallers Soilwork will enter the studio on August 23rd to begin recording the follow-up to their 2010 release The Panic Broadcast. The album will be produced by Jens Bogren (Opeth, Amon Amarth, Bloodbath). The new album, entitled The Living Infinite, will also mark the recording debut of long-time touring guitarist David Andersson.
Soilwork's guitarist Peter Wichers has announced his departure from the band once again due to "creative differences". He had previously left the band in 2005 because he "needed a break from the touring" but rejoined in 2008. Daniel Antonsson was his replacement at that time.
Swedish gothenburg metallers Soilwork have started writing new material for the follow-up to The Panic Broadcast. The band announced on their official website that the new album, to be released in December 2012 via Nuclear Blast Records, will be entitled The Living Infinite.
Soilwork - who were originally scheduled to head out this April & May supporting Symphony X and Nevermore - have regretfully been forced to cancel their participation on this upcoming North American tour.
Drummer Dirk Verbeuren has issued the following statement: "Due to recurring issues with a herniated disc in his lower back requiring a prolonged period of resting and healing, our guitarist Peter Wichers is forced to sit out this spring's North American tour with Symphony X and Nevermore.
We did consider hiring a fill-in guitar player, but we've decided to stick together as a band and out of respect for our fans, to cancel our participation in the tour. Our apologies to those of you who were hoping to see us. If all goes well, Peter should be healed and ready to hit the road in time for the summer festivals."
"Deliverance Is Mine", the new video from Swedish metallers Soilwork, can be viewed at this location. The clip was directed by Ivan Colic (Ex Deo, Type O Negative, Unleashed) and produced by Stanimir "Staca" Lukic (Moonspell, Kamelot, Deathstars, Type O Negative).
"Deliverance Is Mine" comes off the band's latest album, The Panic Broadcast, which was released this month via Nuclear Blast Records.
TheRaveLive.com presents a free live webcast from Soilwork tonight, Friday July 23th. The free live broadcast will begin at 8:00pm ET / 7:00pm CT / 5:00pm PT / 12:00am GMT, and is scheduled to also include sets from Death Angel, Augury, Swashbuckle, and The Crinn as part of the Panic Over North America Tour.
There will be a re-broadcast next Saturday on July 31 at 2:00pm ET / 11:00am PT / 6:00pm GMT.
TheRaveLive.com is a service of TheRave.com, the official website of The Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee, WI USA. The Rave/Eagles Club is a 180,000 square foot entertainment complex with six concert halls in one building, four of which are wired for simultanteous live broadcasts with anywhere from three to eight camera angles. Over 2000 bands performed at The Rave/Eagles Club in 2009.