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  • Audio CD (19 Mar. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B000058BF8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 233,002 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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It's make or break time for Soilwork here. "Chainheart Machine" was a fantastic album, but to follow it up with more of the same would not be a move in the right direction, as far as I am concerned. And fortunately for us, they didn't, and what we have here is what is in my opinion one of the best metal albums of 2001. Whilst it hasn't been the greatest year for metal admittedly, it still faced some stiff competition with new albums from Opeth, Arch Enemy, Iced Earth and Emperor. However, I am proud to say that that Soilwork delivered the goods that were required.
There are a lot of elements present from "Chainheart Machine" here. The thrashy, heavily melodic, intricate riffs are still here. The blinding solos are still here. But more or less gone is a focus on the death/thrash sound that formed the best part of their debut album. Instead, there is a focus on groove and catchiness. The album grabs you from the opening track and doesn't relinquish until the final note of the last track on the album. Most importantly, the biggest change is the use of cleanly sung vocals. Not all bands pull off the mix of death metal growls/rasps and cleanly sung vocals, but Soilwork certainly do. The clean vocals are reminiscent of that of Opeth, and indeed Opeth frontman Mikael Ackerfeldt makes an appearance on the title track of "A Predators Portrait", blending in so effortlessly, that you would hardly know he was there if you didn't read the liner notes.
The opening track "Bastard Chain" wouldn't sound out of place on Soilwork's previous album, at least, that is what you think on hearing the opening riff. But the thrashy melodi-death drumming quickly gives way to a groovier beat, and this is where Soilwork start to shine.
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If you're even remotely interested in extreme metal, you must hear this record. This is up there with Carcass' Heartwork and At The Gates' Slaughter of the Soul as pure metal genius. It's intense, melodic and has brilliant vocals, and does the near unthinkable by improving on Soilwork's earlier Chainheart Machine, thought by many to be the best record the band would ever put out. All the musical elements mesh perfectly, a problem with Chainheart Machine as some songs were enormously complex and a little confusing to listen to, and there honestly isn't a bad track on the record. How many bands can claim that? Not many I'd say. Another slice of musical brilliance from a band that never cease to deliver.
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album number 3 was meant to be difficult for soilwork as some thought that the previous album was unbeatable,but that only gave the band the challenge they wanted and so a predators portrait is the result and what an album of effortless riffs,breathtaking solos,melodic chorus' and keyboards that sound like an angel is attached to them.

On this album their gothenberg sound really shines through,album opener bastard chain burns through your face like acid,the album includes instant classics such as live your average stalker,grand failure anthem,shadowchild and more,its an album that gets more rewarding with each listen.Do yourself a favour and get this.
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