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Set for release in July 2010, “The Panic Broadcast” showcases a newly energized SOILWORK, steering clear of all conventions and, as “Speed” eloquently put it, fully embracing the “bigger than life” ethos. Everything on this eighth album is indeed bigger, better and stronger, from the massive real-life production courtesy of Peter Wichers and Jens Bogren, to ... Read more in Amazon's Soilwork Store

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  • Audio CD (28 Feb. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B00076MU32
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 167,319 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Betteridge on 8 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I picked this up expecting to hear something similar to 2003's 'Figure Number Five', arguably the bands most melodic album to date. But this ones very different. This album is very heavy and pretty fast paced, not as fast as their earlier work on 'The Chainheart Machine', but heavier though.
Fans of older Soilwork will love the ferocity on show here as this was played down on 'Figure Number Five' with more empahsis on melody and catchy chorusses. There's much more melodic sound to this as showcased by Strid's awesome harmonies on songs like 'Weapon Of Vanity' and 'Stalemate'. This time the keyboards underlaying the ferocity have been tonned down and sound more akin to Chimaira's dark atmosphereic keyboards. This is possibly the best decision the band have made, as the keyboard sound in my opinion was too overused on the albums 'A Predator's Portrait' and 'Natural Born Chaos' and made those albums sound weaker.
Possibly the most interesting thing on this CD is that Soilwork now sound somewhere between Killswitch Engage, Chimaira and more recent In Flames. This should broaden Soilwork's Fan base and was a very good move by the producer.
I can't even think of a poor track on this CD! Highly recomended!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By U. A. Dar on 2 May 2005
Format: Audio CD
I'd be the first to admit that formulaic modern metal, with melodically sung out choruses and heavy growled verses is fast becoming the new 'nu-metal' so to speak. Riffs are begining to sound all the same, though they may be slightly on the technical side, and theres is lesser and lesser thought being given to overall song and album structure, with many songs being virtualy identical to each other.
However that said, although soilwork may be perceived to be one of these 'modern metal' bands and may be accused of changing their sound to suit the times, this album is quite in a class of its own. The riffs complement the vocals perfectly, and speeds vocals and vocal harmonies are quite exceptional. The production of course is as good as it gets as one has come to expect of any modern metal album, and the musicianship isnt too shabby either; a very tight rythm section complemented with some tasteful solos ('Nerve' and 'One With the Flies' in particular) makes for very good listening. Highly reccomended for metal fans of any kind.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By U. A. Dar on 25 April 2005
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I'd be the first to admit that formulaic modern metal, with melodically sung out choruses and heavy growled verses is fast becoming the new 'nu-metal' so to speak. Riffs are begining to sound all the same, though they may be slightly on the technical side, and theres is lesser and lesser thought being given to overall song and album structure, with many songs being virtualy identical to each other.
However that said, although soilwork may be perceived to be one of these 'modern metal' bands and may be accused of changing their sound to suit the times, this album is quite in a class of its own. The riffs complement the vocals perfectly, and speeds vocals and vocal harmonies are quite exceptional. The production of course is as good as it gets as one has come to expect of any modern metal album, and the musicianship isnt too shabby either; a very tight rythm section complemented with some tasteful solos ('Nerve' and 'One With the Flies' in particular) makes for very good listening. Highly reccomended for metal fans of any kind.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "crazybrave2k3" on 16 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD
When a band create an album to this standard it really does make you look at some bands on the metal scene and hang your head in dissapointment.
The texture of every song is amazing, this is a band who are quite litteraly going to own 2005. Usually i would recommend what tracks stand out but for stabbing the drama they all do.
If you like your metal music to be melodic, dark, intense and full of creativity then this is the album for you, sweeden really is leading by example.
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By Jherrian Raine on 11 Sept. 2007
Format: Audio CD
It would be very dangerous to compare this band with others, particularly the likes of Killswitch Engage, Chimaira and most definately In Flames. None of these bands meet the level of quality on show here.

Whilst most modern bands reinvent their sound, Soilwork remould the genre as a whole. Having listened to Soilwork for four years now, I find myself reflecting and realising that like me, they have grown. Their ultimate goal has never changed, they still pound out riffs like their lives depend on it and they still continue to suprise on each album they release.

The other names mentioned in reviews here, really have no place here and their shallow often two dimensional approach to music really shouldn't be compared to Stabbing The Drama. To explain it more clearly, everyone in this band contributes to the music. No person 'plays' out a role. There is no 'tag on' singer, misplaced guitar solo. Insane Bass part, no ridiculous Keyboard sections. Each member contributes their share and believe me it shows.

from the beginning of this record you feel completely psyched up, no relenting, no letting up. These guys mean business, nothing so fresh, so mind numbingly disarming has been unleashed on the listener since the 'good ole days' of Pantera's Vulgar display. Pentatonic was a word I saw used in a review here, I laugh at that deluded fool. That's the Scale of the gods!!!!!!!!

In Stabbing The Drama, we have an example of finely put together music from a band that literally suprise with every release. Melodious vocals and guitar harmonies, Keyboards that layer the music to new depths. The drumming? Well i've heard nothing like it before in my life. All I can say is: Roll on 'Sworn to a great divide' OCT 19th 2007.

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