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The Ride Majestic Extra tracks, Limited Edition

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DELUXE EDITION + 2 Bonus Tracks : 2015 album from Swedish metal mainstays featuring 'Death In General' & 'The Phantom'.

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  • Audio CD (August 28, 2015)
  • limited_edition edition
  • Original Release Date: August 28, 2015
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Limited Edition
  • Label: Nuclear Blast America
  • ASIN: B010FP0WVQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,726 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This album is just firing on all cylinders! To those who dont know them soilwork are a melodic death metal band from Sweden. They are one of the pioneers of the genre and have been around almost two decades now. Over the years they started to stray away from their melodic death metal side and experimented with a more american metal sound, and some hardcore, but on their 2010 album the panic broadcast, and 2013's the living infinite they started bringing back some of their roots mixed with the new. This album is really the peak of their sound. They bring back alot of the agression from chainheart machine. The overall complex guitar sound of predators portrait, and the epicness of natural born chaos, but mixed with the catchyness of the albums that followed. This time around they mix a pretty progressive feel to the sound. Its a very technical album. The musicianship is fantastic! Bjorns vocals really shine. His cleans are fantastic and still top of the genre imo. His growls and screams are really strong too. Addtictive choruses! Dirks drim playing is fantastic! The dude does it all, blast beats, thrashes it up, grooves, and he plays off off time technical beats too. Monster drummer... The guitar playing is great on this album. Both guitarists shine, and the twin guitar sound is back full force. Great riffs, great melodys, great leads and solos. Craziest guitar playing on a soilwork album since a predators portrait. The keyboards are also a highlight! The most present they have been since natural born chaos! Lots of atmosphere and some cool lead work too.

I really love the album and highly recommend it to fans of the band old and new. Its also a great album to start on if your new to the band. If you like catchy melodic death metal with some technical proggy touches then this is the album for you!
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I'm an old duffer. I've been a fan of this genre since the 1990's and seen the various phases and influences that have affected the melodeath bands as they've influenced and been influenced by the more american sounds of metalcore. Soilwork uniquely to the genre seem to have managed to incorporate all the influences of the last 20 years in a cohesive and enjoyable manner without alienating their loyal fanbase.

Continuous lineup changes have brought new creative input to the band (sometimes unsuccessfully; STAGD) but Bjorn Strid's voice has a uniqueness to it which ties everything together and keeps everything sounding like Soilwork. Having said that, there are definitely two sounds to the band now. Speed continues to write in the classic melodeath vibe as once did Peter Wichers, but David and to a greater extent Sylvain bring a whole new array of guitar sounds and vibes to the music which make for a much more diverse album than previous efforts. This album definitely sits well with The Living Infinite and to a lesser extent The Panic Broadcast. These three albums are Soilwork MKII in my opinion as they have a fresher and more technical sound than much of the older material.

I've never really liked Sworn to a Great Divide or Stabbing the Drama (except for the title track) as they don't seem to progress in a meaningful way from the albums that preceded them. This new material harks back to the days of A Predator's Portrait and also brings in many new influences which enhance the music and bring it up to date. This is fast becoming my favorite Soilwork album.

Maybe In Flames need a few lineup changes to sort out the dreadful material that they seem to be releasing lately.
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As impossible as it may seem to top the masterpiece that is "The Living Infinite," SOILWORK is back to do exactly that with "The Ride Majestic."

The melodies are stronger, the ferocity more focused and an even smoother continuity track to track.

It makes one wonder: just how far will this band progress beyond this point? It is so incredibly perfect already. But they continue to push themselves, and this album is irrefutable proof.

The first two singles "The Ride Majestic" and "Enemies in Fidelity" already had my welcomed attention. Having just listened to the whole album, "Alight in the Aftermath" became an instant obsession song with Bjorn's expertly executed dialogue of shouts, yells, soaring cleans and raw emotion. Cranking that emotional roller coaster to 11 is the reprised title track "The Ride Majestic (Aspire Angelic)," but don't be fooled; there's plenty of low end heavy rumbling from the guitars/bass and mechanically precise blasting to keep your cranium oscillating. This one has the personal lyrical touch of Bjorn's connection to his deceased grandmother, who was a very powerful influence during the recording of the album. You can feel both the sorrow of the loss, and the appreciation of getting to share life together.

My favorite release of 2015 will be this album -- doesn't matter what else comes out!
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This is a massive album. It swoops in and is like a storm. Purely powerful. Ihave loved Soilwork since Predators Porta it and this is the closest they have felt to that era. Very pleased with this release. Beautiful.
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