New Soilwork album
2012-01-09 by simonpettersen | 29 Comments
Swedish metal act Soilwork have announced that they have started writing songs for their upcoming studio album "The Living Infinite".

Lead singer Björn Strid commented the following:

“It's been an intense summer and at this point, me and the boys are hibernating in pretty much every corner of the world and putting our next album together. Many songs are yet to be written but the inspiration is flowing! People can expect a continuation of the intensity and presence of The Panic Broadcast, only taken to a higher level. That's the mindset. We will do some touring next year as well, before hopefully entering the studio sometime in the early fall. The album title is already set: "The Living Infinite". Chew on that for a bit and don't spit it out until the music is invading your ears, folks!"

http://www.soilwork.org/index.php
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Darkwatch025
January 9th 2012
186 Comments


Awesome can't wait!

Yazz_Flute
January 9th 2012
18819 Comments


Speed sounds like such a bro.

Panic Broadcast was decent.

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theacademy
Staff Reviewer
January 9th 2012
28704 Comments


ill listen to it

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Shuyin
January 9th 2012
11853 Comments


last few albums got boring preety fast.

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jimmykidd
January 9th 2012
532 Comments


panic broadcast was okaaay. id be surprised if they can top that.

SteelErectedb4you8er
January 9th 2012
2618 Comments


They haven't been able to top natural Born Chaos. That album to me is still a stellar album.

NocteDominum
Contributing Reviewer
January 9th 2012
7110 Comments


Band continues to 'meh' can't say that this will be any different.

Yuma310
January 10th 2012
1656 Comments


panic broadcast wasnt interesting to me

DoABarrelRoll
January 10th 2012
342 Comments


Panic broadcast was surprisingly decent, so all I can say is
maybe, just maybe

Shuyin
January 10th 2012
11853 Comments


thats a big maybe

Mewcopa0
January 10th 2012
1800 Comments


how can these guys still make music. retire

Alucard125
January 10th 2012
537 Comments


Excited for this, thought The Panic Broadcast was their best album since Natural Born Chaos. Still waiting for them to do a proper UK tour soon...

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adamisbrutal
January 10th 2012
45 Comments


how can these guys still make music. retire



because , here's a startling idea


THEY LIKE IT

ManintheBox
January 10th 2012
867 Comments


could be awesome, also could be boring. crosing fingers that its the former.

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FruityCatOfDoom
January 10th 2012
2115 Comments


Haven't liked this band since Natural Born Chaos.

KjSwantko
January 10th 2012
9444 Comments


band has been so average since Natural Born Chaos. Will check it out though; will be in the 3-3.5 range

Ending
January 10th 2012
1918 Comments


And now we wait.

porcupinetheater
January 10th 2012
127 Comments


I didn't think their newer stuff is as bad as it's made out to be...they aren't reinventing the wheel or anything, but it's better than most melodeath that isn't Insomnium or Dark Tranquillity.

KjSwantko
January 10th 2012
9444 Comments


they haven't been melo death in a long time

Wizard
January 10th 2012
19556 Comments


Looking forward to this.

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Scoot
January 10th 2012
17842 Comments


chainheart machine is a cool song

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PiratesWithHats
January 11th 2012
86 Comments


I just hope its better than The Panic Broadcast.

Metal6Is6Art6
January 11th 2012
12 Comments


meh.

Shuyin
January 11th 2012
11853 Comments


'but it's better than most melodeath that isn't Insomnium or Dark Tranquillity.'

clearly you know nothing about melodeath

Destructerator
January 11th 2012
853 Comments


Panic Broadcast sounded so good compared to Sworn to a Great Divide, here's hoping they keep that up.

ev0ken
January 11th 2012
586 Comments


I just hope its better than The Panic Broadcast. [2]

CrackeTheSkull
January 12th 2012
730 Comments


First half of The Panic Broadcast was really annoying with those horrendous hardcore shouts. Second half ruled.

Wonder if they'll step up and make a full album this time.

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keyserfunk
January 14th 2012
288 Comments


although it expectedly is getting bashed for maintaining the group's move toward more accessible metal, the panic broadcast is a great album. I'm glad they plan on building from that strong foundation.

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
January 14th 2012
22024 Comments


I like a few songs by these guys but as a whole their albums are pretty boring

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