Location: Helsingborg, Sweden
Stats: 1,039 fans / 65,721 plays / 4 plays today
Members: Peter Wichers - Guitars, Ola Frenning - Guitars, Dirk Verbeuren - Drums (session), Bjorn
Soilwork became one of the most important acts within the "harder" metal scene for the last couple of years.
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follow the hollow! Oct 15
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intense!... Aug 20
You guys are sick!!! If you have a minute, please check out
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awesome music Dec 18
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plz add follow the hollow for a song Feb 06
I loved the show during PDOL last summer. And the Carola t-shirt was so fucking funny, seriously. The album is really good, you need to go to Pite sometime in the future, again. Oct 06
Add Comment here... Oct 06
this band is fuckn\' awesome i love the song STABBING THE DRAMA.
SOILDWORK is the bestest band ever.
DIE YOUNGx Oct 03
holy fuck you guys rock..i want to see you guys live sometime...my sister and her boyfriend did when u were here sith SYL....fuck i listen to u guys for lke 2 hrs a day nerve and distortion sleep are fucking nuts i cant get enough of you guys...i swear im the biggest fan i cant belive you only have 419 fans on this it shud be 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 i want you guys to try and get to vancouver sometime i dont even know what else to say...U GUYS ARE THE FUCKIN SHIT...I EAT SLEEP AND BLEED SOILWORK Aug 09
Great band, keep making amazing music. Jul 17
You guys definately make me feel like I should go to Sweden! - KEEP ON ROCKIN ! ! Jul 12
neurotica rampage the first song that i ever heard of soilwork and its owns Jul 12
Amazing stuff. Good energy, tight riffs, steel-edged vocals, and of course, they\'re Swedish.
I approve. Jul 10
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