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There are few artists that need no introduction, but Sweden's SOILWORK are definitely one of them. Hailing from the town of Helsingborg, their reputation as one of the country's finest exports is well-deserved. Few bands have melded the aggressiveness of metal with genuinely catchy choruses to such impressive results. Before you start name-dropping the latest metalcore sensation, ... Read more in Amazon's Soilwork Store

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  • Audio CD (July 13, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Extra tracks, Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Nuclear Blast Americ
  • ASIN: B003NSKKS8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,518 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Late for the Kill, Early for the Slaughter
2. Two Lives Worth of Reckoning
3. The Thrill
4. Deliverance is Mine
5. Night Comes Clean
6. King of the Threshold
7. Let This River Flow
8. Epitome
9. The Akuma Afterglow
10. Enter Dog Of Pavlov
11. Sweet Demise (Bonus Track)

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Deluxe CD/DVD edition. 2010 album from the Swedish rockers. With the return of guitarist and founding member Peter Wichers and a invigorated sense of purpose, The Panic Broadcast is the strongest album in their aresnal since the groundbreaking Natural Born Chaos in '02.

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I am a long time Soilwork fan and I've seen them live a couple times.
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In terms of sheer variety, there's something there for all fans of the band while maintaining a fresh sound.
K. McGinn
I am a long time fan of the band, and can say there is something for all their fans on this album.
Michael A. Carra

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Carra on July 13, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Soilwork return with their 8th studio album "The Panic Broadcast", and i got to say they returned full force! This album marks the return of guitarist and founding member Peter Wichers, and the entrance of new guitarist Sylvain Coudret replacing Ola Frenning.I must say this is the bands best line up yet, and it shows on the music on The Panic Broadcast.
I am a long time fan of the band, and can say there is something for all their fans on this album. They really managed to mix the best of everything on this album. It has the aggression and intensity of albums like The Chainheart Machine, and A Predators Portrait, and the Melody of albums like Natural Born Chaos, and Stabbing The Drama. The Panic Broadcast manages to add a different twist to things too. The music is allot more technical than anything the band has ever done, but they somehow still keep everything Catchy. The Guitar playing on the panic broadcast is the best guitar playing sinse a predators portrait. The Guitar solos, and guitar Harmonies came back full force, and is without a doubt some of the best guitar playing they ever recorded. Both peter and Sylvain play some amazing trade offs! This album also has the craziest and most diverse drum performance i've ever heard on a soilwork album. Dirks Drum performance is amazing. The keyboards are great on this cd too. There are even a few keyboard leads. Last but not least Speed's Vocals on this album are phenomenal. He uses all sides of his vocal styles on the album, and also has lots of unpredictable vocals. Meaning not everything is Screaming verse, and clean chorus. He mixes it up on this album, and is not afraid to scream on a whole song or use almost all singing on a song. I'd also like to add the Production is great. Its one of the fattest productions the band ever had.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By K. McGinn on July 13, 2010
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Ever since I first heard The Chainheart Machine ten years ago, I've been a die-hard Soilwork fan. Even with their weaker material (Figure Number Five through Sworn to a Great Divide), I still enjoyed it quite a bit with my personal soft spot for the band. I just assumed the band had moved on from their thrashier roots and got more involved with the current metalcore sound of sugary-sweet choruses and heavier verses. After losing the entire guitar section from Sworn to a Great Divide, and the news that Peter Wichers was returning, I found myself much more interested in what the band would be coming up with than with the last two outings.

As I mentioned with the title of the review, The Panic Broadcast almost feels like a 'greatest hits' collection of material. While this may be disappointing to some (certain songs are going to appeal more to newer/older fans), it feels like Soilwork has finally found their second wind. You have the surprisingly thrashy opener "Late for the Kill, Early for the Slaughter" (it almost feels like a Terror 2000 track) and "King of the Threshold", which are bound to appeal to fans of the band's first few albums. You also have songs like "Two Lives Worth of Reckoning", and "Deliverance is Mine" that capture more of a Natural Born Chaos feel with their blend of melody and aggression. Finally, you have some tracks like "The Akuma Afterglow" and "The Thrill" that will appeal more to the newer fan with the big choruses and groove.

What I feel is the strongest, and most appealing part of The Panic Broadcast is the re-focusing on riffing as opposed to Speed's vocals. No matter how big a fan you are, it is painfully obvious that the last few Soilwork albums have suffered from a lack of guitar wizardry and memorable riffage.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Curtis Carter on July 18, 2010
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The Panic Broadcast is simply amazing. Every song has top notch vocals and instruments. Soilwork have done it again. It's not surprising for Soilwork to put out an outstanding album, but this album surpasses everything I could have hoped for. Every song has catchy riffs, solos, and of course, choruses. Speed is definitely a master of his craft. Who knows how these guys think up these songs, with all their harmonies and amazing guitar work, but I'm damn sure other bands just scratch their heads in awe. And on top of all that, they throw in keyboards to the mix! And it works seamlessly. I really can't explain how awesome this album is. Just pick it up and give it a listen from beginning to end. Garunteed you'll be blown away.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Carney on November 18, 2011
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This album is hypnotic! You can feel how much heart went into it. Kind of a new sound for this band but I love it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MikeB on December 9, 2010
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Soilwork is one impressive band. Eight studio albums, and not a bad one among the bunch. After a somewhat lackluster album with "Sworn to a Great Divide", I was worried that Soilwork's winning streak was over. This is not the case, and "The Panic Broadcast" turns out to be quite possibly their best work yet. Each song is a five star winner, with varied styles and tones that channel the best qualities of all their previous work. The production is solid, each instrument comes through loud and clear, the song writing is complex and interesting, and each song really takes on a life of it's own. If you like Soilwork or melodic death metal, or just good metal period, you owe it to yourself to get this album. Take a listen to some of the sample songs and you'll agree.
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