NewsDecember 6, 2023 10:39 AM ET1,383 views

Soilwork deliver new digital single, "Kvicksilver" (Swedish version of 2002's "Mercury Shadow")

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As the holiday season approaches, the festive spirit is in the air. While many of us engage in the tradition of revisiting old photos and sentimental items, cherishing moments of nostalgia, Swedish melodic death metal virtuosos Soilwork have embarked on a unique journey down memory lane.

Today, the band digitally unveils 'Kvicksilver,' a Swedish rendition of 'Mercury Shadow,' originally released in 2002 on Soilwork's fourth album, Natural Born Chaos.

The band shared the following:

Heres an old gem from the vaults! 'Kvicksilver' means 'mercury' in Swedish and somehow we decided to make a Swedish version of one of our songs during the recording of the Natural Born Chaos album, back in 2002 . We think it turned out pretty damn cool and definitely deserves to be shared with the world at this point. Enjoy 'Mercury Shadow' - all sung in Scanian dialect, we give you 'Kvicksilver'!

 

10/05 Birmingham, UK @ O2 Academy
10/06 London, UK @ Hammersmith Apollo
10/08 Paris, FR @ Olympia
10/09 Esch-sur-Alzette, LU @ Rockhal
10/11 Hamburg, DE @ Sporthalle
10/12 Düsseldorf, DE @ Mitsubishi Electric Hall
10/13 Den Bosch, NL @ Mainstage
10/15 Zurich, CH @ The Hall
10/16 Milan, IT @ Alcatraz
10/18 Stuttgart, DE @ Schleyer-Halle
10/19 Frankfurt am Main, DE @ Jahrhunderthalle
10/20 Munich, DE @ Zenith
10/22 Vienna, AT @ Gasometer
10/23 Budapest, HU @ Barba Negra
10/25 Prague, CZ @ Sportovni Hala Fortuna
10/26 Dresden, DE @ Messe
10/27 Berlin, DE @ Columbiahalle
10/29 Oslo, NO @ Spektrum
10/31 Malmö, SE @ Malmö Arena
11/01 Gothenburg, SE @ Scandinavium
11/02 Stockholm, SE @ Hovet
11/03 Sundsvall, SE @ Nordichallen
11/05 Helsinki, FI @ Ice Hall

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