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Soilwork To Broadcast Swedish Live Show

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Swedish visionary metallers Soilwork will kick off their "European Infinity Tour" on Friday, November 1st, 2013 at Folkets Hus in Umeå, Sweden.

The entire show will be broadcast online at 23:00 CET via this location. A trailer for the event can be viewed below.

The European trek also features Keep of Kalessin and Sybreed, with full details available after the jump.

The tour runs in support of the band's most recent melodic death metal double-album "The Living Infinite" (reviewed here).

The band also recently re-issued the classic 2001 break-through album, "A Predator's Portrait," in a lavish deluxe digipak, featuring all new artwork as well as two previously unreleased live bonus tracks.

Furthermore, Soilwork's very own drum monster, Dirk Verbeuren, will be available for one-on-one drum lessons throughout the entire tour.

01.11. S Umea - Folkets Hus
02.11. S Gothenburg - Brewhouse
03.11. N Oslo - Parkteatret
04.11. S Stockholm - Klubben
05.11. S Norrköping - Dynamo
06.11. S Örebrö - Club 700
07.11. S Huksvarna - Folkets Park
08.11. DK Aalborg - Aalborg Metal Festival
09.11. S Malmö - KB
10.11. DK Copenhagen - Amager Bio
11.11. D Hamburg - Markthalle
12.11. D Cologne - Essigfabrik
13.11. UK London - The Camden Underworld
15.11. D Aschaffenburg - Colos-Saal
16.11. D Bochum - Matrix
17.11. B Vosselaar - Biebob
18.11. CH Pratteln - Z7
19.11. D Munich - Kranhalle
20.11. A Vienna - Szene
21.11. HU Budapest - Club 202
22.11. D Leipzig - Haus Auensee
23.11. CZ Zlin - Winter Masters Of Rock

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