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Soilwork Posts Second Track-By-Track Breakdown For "The Living Infinite"

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Last week Björn "Speed" Strid of Swedish melodic death metal maestros Soilwork gave some short descriptions about all the tracks from the first disc off the band's upcoming double album, "The Living Infinite" (due out March 1st, 2013).

You can still check out that complete first track-by-track breakdown at this location.

This week it's drum monster Dirk Verbeuren's turn to share a few thoughts about the second disc of "The Living Infinite." Dirk had this to say about the tracks:

01. Entering Aeons - This eerie, crawling instrumental sets the tone for chapter II of “The Living Infinite."

02. Long Live The Misanthrope - An up-tempo thrasher with killer riffs, epic solos and a catchy chorus: in short, 100% pure SOILWORK!

03. Drowning With Silence - crushing yet melodic, this track perfectly embodies the album’s introspective atmosphere.

04. Antidotes In Passing - Melancholy abounds in this atmospheric piece.

05. Leech - At 260 bpm, the fastest song on the album and chock-full of Sylvain’s signature riffing.

06. The Living Infinite II - Another catchy, heavy track with a timeless chorus.

07. Loyal Shadow - This beautiful instrumental honors a fallen friend.

08. Rise Above The Sentiment - A soaring chorus atop a rollercoaster of heavy riffs.

09. Parasite Blues - Pounding grooves, thunderous guitars and epic melodies: this is blues the SOILWORK way!

10. Owls Predict, Oracles Stand Guard - A magnificent Sven-penned closer, dark and truly unique, with lyrics by Ola.

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