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Soilwork Streaming New Song "Spectrum Of Eternity"

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Sweden's Soilwork has posted a new song online titled "Spectrum of Eternity," which is taken from the upcoming double album "The Living Infinite." Give the song a listen through the clip below.

"The Living Infinite" is due out out March 1st (Europe), 4th (U.K.), and 5th (USA), 2013 via Nuclear Blast Records. The full track listing for the double album can be found after the jump.

CD 1

1. Spectrum Of Eternity
2. Memories Confined
3. This Momentary Bliss
4. Tongue
5. The Living Infinite I
6. Let The First Wave Rise
7. Vesta
8. Realm Of The Wasted
9. The Windswept Mercy
10. Whispers And Lights

CD 2

1. Entering Aeons
2. Long Live The Misanthrope
3. Drowning With Silence
4. Antidotes In Passing
5. Leech
6. The Living Infinite II
7. Loyal Shadow
8. Rise Above The Sentiment
9. Parasite Blues
10. Owls Predict, Oracles Stand Guard

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1. coldiem writes:

Sounds good. I've gotta say, for a couple a (relatively) new-blood guitarists these guys are sounding pretty true to their roots. Of course, Wichers just left, so he probably had a hand in writing a fair amount of material for the album.

This could be a return to form if they can keep it up across the full double album without too much filler. Either way, they've got my attention.

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2. Art Vandaley writes:

a double album is risky, The Panic Broadcast was amazing, but Sworn to a Great Divide was subpar. I just can't imagine 2 solid discs of music for this release. The single is good, but nothing amazing. They should have just stuck with the best tracks for 1 album. I fear there will be too many filler tracks. Still a fan, love Stabbing the Drama.

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3. derek writes:

Sounds great, except I honestly hate the cymbal production Reminds me too much to Threat Signal. I love these guys though because they bring metal closer it's full potential in this genre, and you can count the bands that play at this level in this genre on one hand. The new guitarist combo has my attention too. Wichers leaves big big shoes to fill but they've got my interest. I expected another Sworn to a Great Divide and you can kind of here David's insistance on that buzzy guitar tone which I never understood, but this put a big fat smile on my face and that's good news in the face of low expectations. 19 more tracks to go.

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