Swedish modern metallers SOILWORK held a public listening party for their new album, "The Panic Broadcast", on Friday, June 4 at The Mountain Bar, located in the Chinatown section of Los Angeles, California.
Check out photos from the event at DirtJunior.com.
SOILWORK has posted a trailer for the bonus DVD of "The Panic Broadcast". The clip, which can be viewed below, contains a snippet of the bonus track "Sweet Demise" which will be included with the limited digipack version of the CD.
"The Panic Broadcast" will be released in Europe on July 2 and in North America on July 13 via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was mixed at Fascination Street studio in Örebro, Sweden with Jens Bogren (OPETH, KATATONIA, PARADISE LOST, BLOODBATH).
"The Panic Broadcast" deluxe edition track listing:
01. Late for the Kill, Early for the Slaughter
02. Two Lives Worth of Reckoning
03. The Thrill
04. Deliverance is Mine
05. Night Comes Clean
06. King of the Threshold
07. Let This River Flow
09. The Akuma Afterglow
10. Enter Dog Of Pavlov
11. Sweet Demise (bonus track)
* Extended Studio Footage
* High-Definition Drum Video
* Photo Gallery
Approximately 30 minutes running time
Pre-order the regular or deluxe edition with or without an exclusive shirt design at this location. First 500 orders will receive an autographed poster while supplies last.
SOILWORK's new album is the first to feature guitarist Peter Wichers since his return to the band in 2008, as well as the studio debut with axeman Sylvain Coudret, who also joined in 2008.
The recording process for "The Panic Broadcast" was overseen by Wichers, who recently took a moment to talk about what it was like to produce his own band after working with so many other great artists.
"Producing SOILWORK was great challenge for me but also one of the greatest experiences of my career," he said. "I can honestly say that I've never worked this hard on any record that I've produced, but it was all worth it. I am super-happy with the performances from all the guys, and I don't think SOILWORK has ever sounded this good."
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