But only overseas, I am afraid.
So if you’re a diehard fan living in the U.S., you are going to have to order that online.
Soilwork’s 2001 opus A Predator’s Portrait will be re-released overseas October 21 with new artwork and a pair of previously-unreleased live tracks (“Like The Average Stalker” and “Final Fatal Force”).
Says the band’s drummer Dirk Verbeuren: “A Predator’s Portrait is a milestone in several ways. It’s our first recording for Nuclear Blast, still our home to this day, six albums later.
“It marks the first time Björn ‘Speed’ Strid pushes his vocal talents into the melodic realm. And it concludes the early Soilwork years, with follow-up Natural Born Chaos starting something new and different altogether.
“Now that we’ve come full circle with our ninth album The Living Infinite, the time is right to revisit A Predator’s Portrait. This ultimate re-release comes with re-imagined artwork by original cover artist and Soilwork keyboardist Carlos Del Olmo Holmberg as well as two live renditions of classic APP tracks performed by the band’s current line-up during the 2013 North American Infinity tour. Enjoy this piece of Pure Swedish Melodic Mayhem!”
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