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Soilwork Drummer Checks In

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SOILWORK drummer Dirk Verbeuren, who recently laid down the drum tracks on NEVERMORE frontman Warrel Dane's new solo album ("Praises To The War Machine"), has issued the following update:

"Right now I'm tearing up them drums with SOILWORK alongside THROWDOWN, THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD and WAR OF AGES just about everywhere in the U.S. Yessireee, the Scum Of The Earth Tour is a heavy-ass package to say the least! If you wanna feel that metal fist crack your skull, better get your tickets now on the SOILWORK website or MySpace — be fast while supplies last!

"And now for something quite exclusive and fancy: [Here] you can discover the artwork for the upcoming Warrel Dane album 'Praises To The War Machine'! This groovy slab of metal is due out on April 28th in Europe and May 13th in the U.S. on Century Media, and you can listen to the song 'Messenger' (featuring a guest appearance by shredmeister Jeff Loomis of NEVERMORE) on Warrel Dane's MySpace page.

"I also want to take this opportunity to thank my friend and kick-ass drummer Morten Lowe Sorensen for filling in for me on SOILWORK's Estonia and Latvia dates last month. You rule, brother! Check out Morten's mind-blowing work behind the kit in THE ARCANE ORDER, SUBMISSION or one of his 27 other bands.

"Oh, and before I forget: make sure to grab a copy of the March 2008 issue of Drum! magazine for a metal round-table with Chris Adler, Justin Foley, John Boecklin and yours truly!"

Source: Blabbermouth

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