Soilwork - New Video Online

A new video for the song 'Exile' can be viewed on Soilwork MySpace Channel at this location.
The track comes off the Swedish metallers' new album, "Sworn To A Great Divide", due in Europe on October 19 and in North America on October 23 via Nuclear Blast Records.

"Sworn To A Great Divide" [cover] tracklisting:

01. Sworn To A Great Divide
02. Exile
03. Breeding Thorns
04. Your Beloved Scapegoat
05. The Pittsburgh Syndrome
06. I, Vermin
07. Light Discovering Darkness
08. As The Sleeper Awakes
09. Silent Bullet
10. Sick Heart River
11. 20 More Miles

Band profile: Soilwork
Posted: 24.09.2007 by White Winter Sun


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Comments: 8   Visited by: 4 users
24.09.2007 - 15:22
Advice Troll
Haha! Interesting video!
Bitch! Please
24.09.2007 - 15:34
Average video, i didn't like the song that much either...
24.09.2007 - 16:14
Der Meister
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I still had hope for this band, but they are still pushing it. This might the the shittiest song of theirs that I have ever heard.
24.09.2007 - 19:02
Metal Maiden
That is 100% pure mallcore...Really, Soilwork are a shame for Sweden, they don't deserve to be called Gothenburg!!!And still, this song is much better than In Flames' "Abnegation"...
24.09.2007 - 19:24
Angel of Lust
This isn't a bad track, their style is changed 3 albums ago, and this is a typical good song for this style IMO...

"The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear,
and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown."
Howard Phillips Lovecraft
24.09.2007 - 21:27
Lost To Apathy
Can Soilwork do an album even worse than STD? Apparently...
You don't make up for your sins in church. You do it in the streets. You do it at home. The rest is bullshit and you know it ~ Mean Streets
24.09.2007 - 21:54
Jason W.
Well I didn't mind watching the woman in the video...I even rolled my eyes when they showed her eating lol. But, lame music, cookie cutter genre stuff. But if you like mallcore, then this is a good track.
"After silence that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music." - Aldous Huxley
24.09.2007 - 22:26
Good video I can´t wait to listen the new album. The scenes are peculiar, but the song infects to anyone.
Open your eyes

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