New Soilwork video

2011-02-26 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 28 Comments
Swedish metallers Soilwork have released a new music video for their song 'Let This River Flow'.

The song is off the band's latest album, The Panic Broadcast, which was released on July 2nd, 2010.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgoxIBv6dxs

Tagged: Soilwork

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Mordecai.
February 26th 2011
8326 Comments


gay

jingledeath
February 26th 2011
7103 Comments


so gay

sifFlammable
February 26th 2011
2741 Comments


so fucking gay

Srangerthanficti0n
February 26th 2011
98 Comments


so unbelievably fucking gay

lamer
February 26th 2011
103 Comments


this isnt gay

i don't know a single homosexual who would like this

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
February 26th 2011
30035 Comments


IM WAITING

FOSOMETHING 2 SHOW

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
February 26th 2011
30035 Comments


what the fuck was that?!

TheJackal
February 26th 2011
1005 Comments


ugh this band used to be good

DolGuldur44
February 26th 2011
12 Comments


panic broadcast fucking kicked ass. just as good as their old shit.

IleftyspankedU
February 26th 2011
746 Comments


very killswitch engage-y

Darkwatch025
February 26th 2011
302 Comments


I agree with you Dol. All these pussies who said it's gay are probably fat white trash that don't like anything unless it is pure death metal with no singing or emotion. Just because Soilwork have to decided to make catchy songs with good singing does not mean they suck. Not everything has to be fucking fast as hell with growling the entire time. This song is awesome and the intro guitar part is really good.

jingledeath
February 27th 2011
7103 Comments


lol you're hilarious

sifFlammable
February 27th 2011
2741 Comments


wah wah wah LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE!

Darkvoid67
February 27th 2011
383 Comments


There were at least three songs better than that they shoulda put a video too. Still, TPB was a decent listen

CladInShadows971
February 27th 2011
13 Comments


It's sad, but Sworn To A Great Divide > The Panic Broadcast

FilthyBorgir
February 27th 2011
1334 Comments


The Panic Broadcast was better than STAGD imo.




RCKilm
February 27th 2011
232 Comments


to tucking tay

Yazz_Flute
February 27th 2011
18938 Comments


One of the best tracks on the album I thought.

lensman319
February 27th 2011
66 Comments


Awesome, forgot about these guys for a while. Really need to check this out.


FearThyEvil
February 27th 2011
14947 Comments


The video was awful but the song was ok.

FilthyBorgir
February 27th 2011
1334 Comments


The video and song weren't bad at all.

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
February 27th 2011
30035 Comments


the video wasnt bad

the song was awful

did the whole new album sound like that?

keyserfunk
February 27th 2011
288 Comments


An OK video for a great song from one of the most underrated/outstanding metal albums of 2010.

FilthyBorgir
February 28th 2011
1334 Comments


"the video wasnt bad

the song was awful

did the whole new album sound like that?"




NO!



jingledeath
February 28th 2011
7103 Comments


but it was still terrible

FilthyBorgir
February 28th 2011
1334 Comments


It was average, but still Let this River Flow was a stand out.

jingledeath
February 28th 2011
7103 Comments


ehhh

ProYiffer
February 28th 2011
99 Comments


eehhhhEEEHHHAAAAAAAHHH!!!!!



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