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Soilwork | Living Infinite | review | metal | Lollipop

Soilwork

The Living Infinite (Nuclear Blast Records)
release date: 3/5/2013
by Mike Delano

A double album of melodic death metal may seem like a headscratcher at first, but Soilwork actually fired a warning shot with their last album, 2010's The Panic Broadcast. Even though that album weighed in at a relatively lean ten songs, everything felt bigger and busier, from the more ferocious heavy material to the more dramatic clean choruses. The 20 songs on The Living Infinite extend that grander sound in a natural way, and it kicks off with killer opener "Spectrum of Eternity."
(www.nuclearblast.com)

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