SOILWORK announces Australian tour dates


Swedish melodic metal band Ground work have announced the dates for a short Australian tour, which will kick off in Perth in early November and include dates in Melbourne as well as a stop in Down Under’s biggest city, Sydney. You can see all the dates below.

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11/1 Perth, Australia – Magnet House
11/2 Adelaide, Australia – Lion Arts Factory
3/11 Sydney, Australia – Manning Bar
11/4 Melbourne, Australia – Croxton
11/5 Brisbane, Australia – The Zoo

Soilwork’s new album Overgivenheten will be released on August 19. Earlier this year, the group announced that Rasmus Ehrnborn was their new permanent bassist. Ehrnborn playing live with the band since 2019 and his official full-time status marks the first time Ground work has had a permanent bass player since the departure of Marcus Wibom in 2016, with the guitarist David Anderson having played bass on the full album of 2019 Verkligheten.

Rasmus is a world-class musician and has truly become an important member of the band, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for this new constellation,” a statement read.

“For me, joining Ground work as a full time member it’s a bit of a dream come true as I’ve been a big fan of the band for many years,” added Ehrnborn. “Their musical talent and songwriting is out of this world, and after touring and recording with the guys for the past few years, I’ve come to consider them all dear friends. I’m humbled and proud to be part of the next chapter of Ground work“.

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I can say with great certainty that we, at Metal injection are also eagerly awaiting this new chapter in the history of Ground workand we are quite confident that they will bring the goods with Overgivenheten. The album is available for pre-order now via Ground workas well as Nuclear Blast and Merch City around the world.

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