Soilwork Release ‘Death Resonance’ Track Listing & Cover Art

Swedish metal band Soilwork will release a collection of rarities titled Death Resonance on 19 August 2016 via Nuclear Blast Records. The cover artwork was created by Mnemic guitarist Mircea Gabriel Eftemie, who has worked on the artwork with other bands including Carcass and Strapping Young Lad.

Soilwork main man Björn ‘Speed’ Strid says: “The cover for Death Resonance is made by Mircea Eftemie and in many ways he has managed to capture what we went through while recording The Ride Majestic: the sorrow, the close encounter with death, the aftermath and also the existential cogitation that came with it. It links those albums together, even though Death Resonance contains unreleased material from 2005 onwards. The cover almost seems like a link between life and death and not only captures where the band is right now, but also where we’ve been and what lies ahead.”

Death Resonance will be released on 19 August 2016.

soilwork albumDeath Resonance: Track Listing
01. Helsinki (new song)
02. Death Resonance (new song)
03. The End Begins Below The Surface (“The Ride Majestic” Japan bonus track)
04. My Nerves, Your Everyday Tool (“Beyond The Inifite” Japan-only EP)
05. These Absent Eyes (“Beyond The Inifite” Japan-only EP)
06. Resisting The Current (“Beyond The Inifite” Japan-only EP)
07. When Sound Collides (“Beyond The Inifite” Japan-only EP)
08. Forever Lost In Vain (“Beyond The Inifite” Japan-only EP)
09. Sweet Demise (“The Panic Broadcast” Japan bonus track)
10. Sadistic Lullabye (re-recorded, “The Panic Broadcast” Japan bonus track)
11. Overclocked (2016 mix, “Sworn A Great Divide” Japan bonus track)
12. Martyr (2016 mix, “Sworn A Great Divide” Japan bonus track)
13. Sovereign (2016 mix, “Sworn A Great Divide” Japan bonus track)
14. Wherever Thorns May Grow (2016 mix, “Stabbing The Drama” Japan bonus track)
15. Killed By Ignition (2016 mix, “Stabbing The Drama” Japan bonus track)

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