Swedish visionary metallers SOILWORK have announced a special show to take place at Circus in Helsinki, Finnland on Friday, March 21. The show will be recorded for a future DVD release and thus be a special night in the history of the pioneering band. The repertoire is set to be career spanning, special guest appearances to be made as well as some not to be unveiled surprises to come up. The choice where to record the first ever SOILWORK audiovisual live document was an easy one since Helsinki has always been a second home to the band. The venue itself, Circus, was just the right one to offer a full on SOILWORK show. Expect great things to happen. The show will mark SOILWORK's only scandinavian show in spring 2014 and will be produced by Jouni Markkanen and directed by Ville Lipiäinen who also shot the most recent NIGHTWISH DVD release »Showtime, Storytime«. Tickets for this special show will go on sale on Wednesday, December 18, 2013. SOILWORK have been heavily touring all throughout 2013 in support of their current output, »The Living Infinite«, the first double album in the history of melodic death metal. When released in March, the album received raving reviews from all over the world and hit the charts in several countries: #02 Sweden Rock/Metal Charts #02 Bildboard Hard Music (USA) #09 UK Rock #10 Finland #17 Germany #19 Sweden #19 Switzerland #22 Austria #60 USA #60 Billboard Top 200 (USA) #90 Australia #116 Belgium #174 France #188 UK More on »The Living Infinite«:
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Rise Above The Sentiment“ music video: „Tongue“ lyric video: „Long Live The Misanthope“ viral video: „This Momentary Bliss“ viral video: SOILWORK
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