SOILWORK's "Shadow" Tales

The Swedish version of SOILWORK's track “Mercury Shadow”, which is scheduled to appear as a bonus cut on the Japanese edition of the group's upcoming CD, entitled Natural Born Chaos, will carry the title "Kvicksilver" (Swedish word for “mercury”). In related news, drummer Erik Thyselius, who is presently pounding the skins for TERROR 2000 (the side project of SOILWORK vocalist Björn "Speed" Strid and DARKANE guitarist Klas Ideberg) is still a member of CONSTRUCDEAD (contrary to what we implied in a previous news item), and will issue a debut album with the latter group through Helsingborg, Sweden-based label Cold Records in the coming months. Titled Repent, the CD was recorded at Studio Underground and will feature guest appearances by THE HAUNTED frontman Marco Aro and SOILWORK's Peter Vildoer and Bjorn "Speed" Strid.


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