SOIL: Acoustic Version Of 'Redefine' Posted Online

A SOIL e-card, featuring an acoustic version of the title track of the band's last studio album, "Redefine", can be accessed online at this location.

The acoustic version of "Redefine" was recorded in June 2004 at Chasin Jason studio (owned by Dimebag Darrell of DAMAGEPLAN) in Dallas, Texas with producer Vinnie Paul (DAMAGEPLAN, ex-PANTERA). Sterling Winfield (PANTERA, MERCYFUL FATE, DAMAGEPLAN) engineered the session.

SOIL recently parted ways with singer Ryan McCombs and are currently seeking a replacement. The band, who recently split with J Records, have started writing material for the follow-up to this year's "Redefine", tentatively due sometime next year.

SOIL's J Records debut, "Scars" (2001), has sold nearly 230,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Its follow-up, "Redefine", has shifted less than 75,000 units to date.


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