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Soilwork Posts Track-By-Track Breakdown For First CD Off "The Living Infinite"

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Soilwork vocalist Bjorn "Speed" Strid has commented on the ten tracks of CD 1 from the band's upcoming double album "The Living Infinite."

Check out the track-by-track breakdown below. "The Living Infinite" is set to be released March 1st (EU), 4th (UK), 5th (USA).

A video containing the first single off the album, "Spectrum Of Eternity," can be viewed after the jump.

01. Spectrum Of Eternity - A fast and thrashy, yet melodic opener bringing you straight to the "core of existence."

02. Memories Confined - An epic song with Sven's signature.

03. This Momentary Bliss- Reminding you of "A Predator's Portrait" days. Super catchy and groovy chorus.

04. Tongue - A fast song with a great melancholic feeling.

05. The Living Infinite I- A heavy driven mid tempo song with a timeless melody.

06. Let The First Wave Rise - If you mix Soilwork with Possessed, this is what you get.

07. Vesta - A very heavy and atmospheric song with an elaborate acoustic intro.

08. Realm Of The Wasted - Insane guitar work with the most intricate chorus on the album.

09. The Windswept Mercy - A melancholic but hopeful song featuring Justin Sullivan (New Model Army).

10. Whispers And Lights - The epic ending track of the first album on which we just invented "Levitating Metal."

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1. Borntomosh writes:

Gotta love Soilwork. I might just pre-order this album.

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