Soilwork Rise Above the Sentiment Music Video

Rise Above the Sentiment hails from the ninth studio album from Soilwork, The Living Infinite, released in March 2013.  The album was the bands first ever double record and features the addition of guitarist David Andersson to the lineup.

The Living Infinite was a largely a success for the band, outdoing all previous albums to land in the Billboard 200 chart at number 60 after strong first week sales of 7,800 copies in the US alone.  The album also achieved number 1 on the iTunes metal chart.  Soilwork extended their thanks to fans by saying “We wanna extend a huge thank you to everyone who bought our new album, digitally or physically! Everyone seems to love it and we can’t wait to hit your town on our current North American tour and perform the new songs for you live! Thank you all for your amazing support”

Rise Above the Sentiment Lyrics:

Rise above the sentiment
Be at one with the acknowledgement
Turn over obstacles, throwing down gauntlets
Like the back of your hand… back of your hand
I will lead people portrayed as rats
Light the way and prepare to reflect

Now that the search goes on
For another time to live
I might as well be gone, but I
Tend to always come back in the end… In the end

A subliminal exile, judgements in sleep
Left over life goals, buried in the deep
Let me emphasize… the need
Let me categorize… the seeds
We have planted to reject all our hopes

Now that the search goes on
For another time to live
I might as well be gone, but I
Tend to always come back in the end… In the end

Last call for admitting your failures
They keep you hanging around
It’s now or never – reveal all the gestures
You have made to keep the pain within bounds
Within bounds…

Now that the search goes on
For another time to live
I might as well be gone, but I
Tend to always come back in the end… In the end

Now that the search goes on
For another time to live
I might as well be gone, but I
Tend to always come back in the end… In the end

Soilwork - The Living Infinite - Cover

Author: Staff Writer

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