Peter Wichers Commentary For Soilwork Album ‘The Panic Broadcast’

Guitarist, songwriter, producer Peter Wichers is offering a short track by track breakdown for Soilwork’s upcoming album ‘The Panic Broadcast’, out July 2nd via Nuclear Blast. Commenting on the CD’s lead track ‘Late for the Kill, Early for the Slaughter’, Wichers said, “Definitely the most extreme and intense song on the entire record.” Watch it via YouTube below.

Soilwork ’20 More Miles’ Video

Soilwork are out with the video to their new single ’20 More Miles’, off the Swedish melodic death metal band’s seventh studio album ‘Sworn to a Great Divide’, out now on Nuclear Blast. Watch the Olle Carlsson directed video below.

Lamb Of God & Friends’ Dimebag Tribute In Dallas

Lamb of God, Killswitch Engage, Devildriver and Soilwork took the stage together to honor ‘Dimebag’ Darrell Abbot by playing ‘5 Minutes Alone’ by Pantera at Nokia Theatre in Dime’s hometown Dallas on Saturday (December 8). Watch footage below.

Soilwork ‘Exile’ Video

Soilwork 'Exile' music video

Helsingborg, Sweden melodic death metal band Soilwork are out with the video to their new single ‘Exile’, from the band’s seventh studio album ‘Sworn to a Great Divide’, out now on Nuclear Blast records. Watch it below.

Soilwork ‘Nerve’ Video

Soilwork are out with the video to their new single ‘Nerve’, from the album ‘Stabbing the Drama’. Watch it online below.

Soilwork Singer Apologizes To Former Drummer

Soilwork singer Bj√∂rn “Speed” Strid has issued an apology to the group’s former drummer, Richard Evensand, for forgetting to including him on the thanks list on the band’s latest album, ‘Stabbing the Drama’. Strid’s statement reads as follows: “I would like to take the time and make a statement about our former drummer Richard Evensand (who I still have frequent contact with). For some reason we forgot to put him on the thanx list of the new album and i really feel bad about it. I really don’t have an explanation to this more than that we were really late with the thanx list for the album and it all became very stressed. I just wanna appologize to him and also tell you guys that there’s no hard feelings between the band and him. All I can say is that he’s a very good friend of mine and he definitely does NOT deserve the bullsh** that you guys might have read in magazines and seen on some DVDs… Richard is now living in Melbourne, Australia and will probably tear it up when you least expect it in another band. So thank you, Ricky, and good luck bro!”

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