New Soilwork Song

2012-12-18 by zaruyache | 46 Comments
A new song from Swedish melodic death metal band Soilwork has found its way to Youtube. The track, titled "Spectrum of Eternity," was originally played on the Bandit Radio Rock Show in Sweden, and streamed on Bandit.se. The track comes from the band's upcoming ninth record and first dual-disc release, The Living Infinite, due out February 27th in Asia, in Europe on March 1st, and in North America on March 5th.

http://www.bravewords.com/news/195552

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jR1ka4K_CoU

Tagged: Soilwork

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Durrzo
December 17th 2012
1174 Comments


Pretty good, and it will probably grow on me.

KjSwantko
December 17th 2012
9449 Comments


Not bad, but not great either.

simonpettersen
December 17th 2012
272 Comments


Good song. Not my cup of tea, but solid never the less.

zaruyache
December 17th 2012
8295 Comments


I liked the energy. Definitely now looking forward to the album.

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demigod!
December 17th 2012
46719 Comments


boring band :/

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thespaceforthis
December 17th 2012
518 Comments


great song

thespaceforthis
December 17th 2012
518 Comments


demigod, did you check out the song or what?

skoopy48
December 17th 2012
1661 Comments


Awesome band, great song

Spec
December 17th 2012
27992 Comments


it was good

Yazz_Flute
December 17th 2012
18913 Comments


Shit I can't remember the last time Soilwork used blast beats.

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CK
December 17th 2012
5185 Comments


It's great, but it's really not doing anything to add to their sound. It sounds far to some of their last album

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zaruyache
December 17th 2012
8295 Comments


Not adding to their sound? BLASTBEATS WITH CLEAN VOX FOOL. They're totes ripping off Opeth's Lotus Eater. Totes.

CK
December 17th 2012
5185 Comments


"Not adding to their sound? BLASTBEATS WITH CLEAN VOX FOOL."

Shit, you're right. They haven't done that in 2 years

XingKing
December 18th 2012
11090 Comments


God damn, that intro was awesome. The rest is alright.

CutMan
December 18th 2012
1827 Comments


.....Huh, that actually had energy and felt pretty fun. I liked that a lot more than I've liked anything else they've done in a WHILE, so, good for them.

BTBAMbear
December 18th 2012
100 Comments


Actually pretty stoked for this now. Dirk Verbeuren is a fucking beast.

XfingTheSullen
December 18th 2012
3013 Comments


This was sufficiently good for them. Looks like since "The Panic Broadcast" they do actually put effort in writing songs.

henryChinaski
December 18th 2012
3050 Comments


Decent.

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Wizard
December 18th 2012
19809 Comments


Shit I can't remember the last time Soilwork used blast beats.

Their last album.

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Vakarian12
December 18th 2012
3987 Comments


pretty good.

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FrozenVain
December 18th 2012
2575 Comments


"Shit I can't remember the last time Soilwork used blast beats."

yeh almost two years time just flies away, hu?



FrozenVain
December 18th 2012
2575 Comments


and the song was really cool

NonApplicable
December 18th 2012
2044 Comments


Gives me hope for the new album(s).

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FictionalFlames
December 18th 2012
1528 Comments


average at best

thespaceforthis
December 18th 2012
518 Comments


Fucking awesome at worst

ViperAces
December 18th 2012
12515 Comments


The chorus was pretty awful, everything else was cool and the solo was awesome.
I hope this will be better than their latest,

YUJOS
December 18th 2012
971 Comments


Really good song.

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MegaJake1024
December 18th 2012
791 Comments


"Fucking awesome at worst"

Agreed, this song's fucking dope. Filthy intro.

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Durrzo
December 18th 2012
1174 Comments


I've always preferred Strid's side project Disharmonia Mundi to Soilwork, but this sounds way better than pretty much anything I've heard from them. I'm excited for the new album.

tigershark421
December 19th 2012
20 Comments


This is actually isn't bad at all.. Seems like they are trying to return to form like Steel Bath Suicide or Predator's Portrait. I'm pretty stoked for this!

FrozenVain
December 19th 2012
2575 Comments


Since when did SBS or PP sound like this? Hardly think this is any similar to old Soilwork. Very good nontheless.

Imperial
December 20th 2012
1742 Comments


Pretty heavy will be interesting to see how the whole album sounds.

UnitK2K
December 20th 2012
129 Comments


Link to youtube says Nuclear Blast claimed copyright so I can't listen to it >_>

Shogun
December 21st 2012
427 Comments


will get old very quickly

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Havey
December 21st 2012
9944 Comments


pretty bad, but it's an improvement

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cthasher
December 22nd 2012
7 Comments


nice song.

XfingTheSullen
December 22nd 2012
3013 Comments


They're on an upward slope, that's for sure. Looks like the shitty, radio-friendly albums Figure Number Five, Stabbing the Drama and STAGD were done on purpose to make them bigger, now that they're bigger they can actually make good music again

TrantaLocked
January 8th 2013
1635 Comments


Pretty damn good actually. A nice death metal beat with melodic metal!

Destructerator
January 14th 2013
853 Comments


They are really trying to get their old sound back. Great song.

Destructerator
January 14th 2013
853 Comments


The Swenglish has always been strong with them.

XfingTheSullen
January 14th 2013
3013 Comments


Swenglish? I've always thought that Strid was pretty good with correct English actually. Scar Symmetry have always had a bigger problem with that.

Destructerator
February 1st 2013
853 Comments


He speaks English very well, their lyrics are very vague though, like Meshuggah.

KjSwantko
February 1st 2013
9449 Comments


Like most metal...

XingKing
February 1st 2013
11090 Comments


"Figure Number Five, Stabbing the Drama and STAGD were done on purpose to make them bigger, now that they're bigger they can actually make good music again"

I don't think so. I think they were just following the trends that their buddies over in In Flames were copying so they could make more money and everyone turned against them. Now they are trying to backpedal with each album so that people will actually give a shit about them. In Flames is trying the exact same thing, to less favorable results.

XingKing
February 1st 2013
11090 Comments


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

Also, his English is pretty damn good.

Destructerator
February 1st 2013
853 Comments


You mean they made those last few albums to expand their audience? Nothing wrong with making a catchy single to suck people in, but I don't think changing your entire sound to appeal to a larger audience is so great.



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