SOILWORK Frontman To Record Album With BLIND GUARDIAN Drummer

SOILWORK vocalist Björn "Speed" Strid has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"Right now we're preparing to kick some serious ass on the upcoming U.S. tour and make the setlist as varied as possible with some songs that we haven't played live before. We are so fucking excited to make our first headliner tour in the States ever and for the first time be able to give you guys a set on approximately 1 hour and 20 mins...

"Right now I can also tell you guys that we have three chart entries here in Sweden with the new album ['Stabbing the Drama'], number 14 on the hit charts (all artists, all genres, all nationalities), number 1 on the hardrock charts and number 10 on the Swedish artist charts, fantastic!!

"I'll be down in Germany from tomorrow and record an album with he drummer from BLIND GUARDIAN [Thomen Stauch]. The project is called COLDSEED and is sounding something like a mixture between RAMMSTEIN and ALICE IN CHAINS, if you ask me. I'm really looking forward to record this and I'll get back to you later with further information."

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