Out February 28th via Nuclear Blast Records, anyone with a passing fondness for rock or metal from the ‘70s or ‘80s should check out Aeromantic, the latest offering from The Night Flight Orchestra; it feels nigh-on impossible to dislike.
Ahead of their extensive European run with Amorphis and Soilwork, rising metal stars Jinjer have released a new video for “Perennial”.
Soilwork’s newest entry in their catalogue of unique death metal, Verkligheten – out January 11th on Nuclear Blast – is yet another solid outing that’s well worth checking out.
In this exclusive video clip, Bjorn and David from Swedish melodic metal titans Soilwork talk about the band and the hugely influential Swedish metal of the ’90s.
Bloodstock organisers have confirmed that German rock legends The Scorpions will be the Sunday night headliner joining the previously announced Sabaton as two of the three headline acts.
Bloodstock organisers have given fans an early Halloween treat with a six band announcement including Children of Bodom and Cradle Of Filth. Get more details here.
Heavy metal fans enjoyed a glorious OTT set from Amon Amarth along with sets from Testament, Soilwork, Decapitated and more on Day One of Bloodstock 2017. Check out the photos here…
Hard rock band Chronus hail from Helsingborg, Sweden and you need to know them! Thankfully, vocalist and guitarist Sebastian spoke to us about their new album, Megadeth, Metallica, Abba and Sweden!
Sepultura, Soilwork, and Aborted hit the Manchester Academy in Manchester, UK on February 28, 2017 and not a single eardrum was sparred.
On the inaugural episode of Tattoo Talk, Soilwork frontman Bjorn “Speed” Strid discusses the stories behind a whole bunch of his tattoos. Which tattoo was Strid’s first, or maybe his most painful? Find out here!
Soilwork’s frontman, Bjorn “Speed” Strid, gave us this crazy Tales of Touring Terror (#ToTT) story from France’s Hellfest that we’ve dubbed “Into The Pit.”
Soilwork are streaming the latest track from their new album online. Check out ‘Enemies In Fidelity’ here.
Soilwork’s tenth offering, The Ride Majestic, starts off on a strong note with the title track, but like clockwork, it quickly starts heading downhill.