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Sunday, April 7, 2013

Soilwork: North American Infinity Tour 2013 Review

Hatchet kicked off the show last night with an amazing set! The 2006 Bay Area based band really knew how to rock the Whisky a Go Go and got the crowd pumped up. Promoting their latest album, The Dawn of the End, Hatchet mixed new songs with old favorites! Be sure to check out their Facebook Page and Click here to purchase their new album.

Bonded by Blood was next up and they rocked hard too. The Thrash Metal band from Pamona didn't pull any punches when it came to showing off their unique technical skills.

Blackguard played next and actually brought some of the ceiling down with their thrashing. Look for the Montreal outfit's latest album called Storm out this fall.

Jeff Loomis, guitarist of Nevermore, finally has made his solo debut with his instrumental classical progressive metal album titled Plains of Oblivion. I thought he had an amazing talent, but the instrumental aspect I thought brought a bit of a lull in the energy that the previous bands had worked so hard to bring out in the audience.

Finally Soilwork hit the stage and opened with This Momentary Bliss from their new double album The Living Infinite. They played several songs from the new album including Tongue, Spectrum of Eternity, Long Live the Misanthrope, Parasite Blues, and Rise Above the Sentiment. They also played many of their old favorites, which made the crowd go wild! Let this River Flow, Weapon on Vanity, Nerve, Stabbing the Drama, Figure Number Five, Black Star Deceiver, Final Fatal Force, and Possessing the Angels were just some of the amazing songs they played!

If you get a chance, definitely check out Soilwork and the other bands on the North American Infinity Tour! Check out the dates here and buy Soilwork's The Living Infinite here.

Soilwork's North American Infinity Tour is a 9 out of 10 Soilworkers!

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