Soilwork Sworn to a Great Divide
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BallsToTheWall
July 30th 2009


44713 Comments


Well, this is definitely better than the last In Flames. I just caint wait for their new album now. Here's to hoping Stabbing The Drama II: with a little progression.

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CerberusLives
August 20th 2009


52 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I personally love The Pittsburgh Syndrome. 'Fuck all the details, get on with the show!'

TRMshadow
September 26th 2009


4982 Comments


FUCK ALL THE DETAILS AND GET ON WITH THE SHOW!!

TheHamburgerman
October 10th 2009


1297 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

The new In Flames CD was awesome.

BallsToTheWall
October 10th 2009


44713 Comments


Good joke. 20 More Miles FTMFW

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
October 10th 2009


8371 Comments


A Sense Of Purpose > 20 More Miles

my two cents.

BallsToTheWall
October 10th 2009


44713 Comments


Well thats false but itsok.

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
October 10th 2009


8371 Comments


hahaha right back at you buddy

sexpoi
November 23rd 2009


599 Comments


I'm not gonna lie, i liked stabbing the drama although it wasn't their best albums instrumentally. Natural Born Chaos showed off more of their guitar chops but I'd have to say atmospherically and on a catchiness level I would say Stabbing the Drama is a little bit better. But I have heard a couple songs from this album and I wasn't impressed. Maybe I'll give it another listen but to be honest I'm not expecting much so hopefully it's better than my expectations at least.

XfingTheSullen
December 7th 2009


2738 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

This album is nothing special, but it has three tracks that are not total filler. These being Breeding Thorns, 20 more miles and the bonus track Martyr. These actually don't resemble each other, like most Soilwork songs tend to (most likely due to quick tempos).

Luckily bands like Soilwork are out there to remind me to cherish my Scar Symmetry for its awesomeness. Comparative awesomeness, at least.

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Locrian
March 17th 2010


1003 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Nice review, although it definitely needs to undergo some major grammar checking.

XfingTheSullen
July 1st 2010


2738 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

This album is crap, just like any album after A Predator's Portrait. Their new album is a big surprise, though. I just wrote a review of it. Please read.

Bulletbeast
July 6th 2010


5 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Screw everything and everyone. Great album. Period.

Helvete
July 6th 2010


1354 Comments


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Imperial
December 14th 2011


1733 Comments


The only song I really enjoyed off this album was Sick Heart River...It has the classic killer soilwork hook.

FrozenVain
December 7th 2012


2448 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

"Screw everything and everyone. Great album. Period."

Period down your pants.

XfingTheSullen
December 8th 2012


2738 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

"Screw everything and everyone. Great album. Period."

This statement was as intelligent as Suicide Silence's lyrics.

XfingTheSullen
January 19th 2013


2738 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Actually as of today I think the only song from this worth listening to is "Martyr", and it's a bonus track.

Yazz_Flute
March 3rd 2013


18819 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I enjoy this much more than I remember, even if the production is godawful. Sick Heart River and As the Sleeper Awakes are brilliant tracks.

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fish.
Contributing Reviewer
March 3rd 2013


22024 Comments


Martyr is my favourite thing on here, god knows why it's a Japan only bonus track

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