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Soilwork Checks In From Tour

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Swedish melodic death metal band Soilwork has issued the following tour update on their MySpace page:

"Howdy y'all!! Finally here's an update from your favorite Swedes (and Belgian)... We just came back from one of the craziest tours we've ever done; 3 weeks of non-stop flights, train and van rides all across the Eastern Continent! It was our very first visit to Russia, Taiwan and Malaysia - we even found out we were the first Swedish metal band to ever perform in Malaysia. The shows kicked ass thanks to an amazing horde of Soilwork fans that popped up even where we least expected it! Also, we finally went back to Japan and Australia, including our first-ever show in Perth where we visited the legendary Bon Scott's grave to share a posthumous shot of Jack Daniel's with him. The shows were absolutely insane as well! Overall it was an exhausting but exciting trip, and we hereby sincerely thank everyone who made it possible; especially all the dedicated Soilwork fans who came to see us! You rock!!!

On a more technical note, you may have noticed that our official website has been down for a while. We're doing our very best to fix this as soon as possible. Expect the site to be up and running again in the coming days, with some brand new shots from the aforementioned tour.

Right now, we're preparing to open up for none other than Metallica at the Electric Weekend Festival in Madrid. Quite a nice way for us to ring in this year's festival season,don't you think? Anyways, we hope to see you all out there this Summer! Blast on!!!"

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