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Soilwork Reveals New Album, "The Panic Broadcast," Cover Art Online

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Swedish metal band SOILWORK has just unveiled the artwork for their upcoming album "The Panic Broadcast."

Björn "Speed" Strid comments, "With the artwork for this album we wanted to capture the illusion of the mind, misconceptions and the state of panic. Bartosz Nalezinski has made a perfect job realizing this idea. The cover symbolizes the emperor of the illusion with two servants to assist the misconception. The background illustrates the abstract chaos that slowly takes over. Inside the booklet you can follow the psychological journey that brings you 'The Panic Broadcast.' Check out www.myspace.com/B_Nalezinski!"

"The Panic Broadcast" is the first album to feature original guitarist, songwriter & producer Peter Wichers since his return to the band in 2008. The album is set to be released on July 2, 2010 via Nuclear Blast Records.

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1. AcidRain writes:

Hopefully another awesome album

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2. Quicksilver59 writes:

Where is the link of the cover art?

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3. Brittney writes:

This is going to amazing, Peter is back to rock. cant wait to get the new album

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