Soil


Soil

SOiL est un groupe d'alternative nu metal formé à Chicago. Le groupe est actuellement composé de A.J. Cavalier (chant), Shaun Glass (guitare), Adam Zadel (guitare), Tim King (basse) et Tom Schoefield (batterie).

SOiL a participé à la B.O. du remake du film "Massacre à la tronçoneuse" (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), sorti en 2003, avec la chanson "Pride". On retrouve aussi, pour la B.O. de ce film, de grands groupes tels que Pantera, Static-X ou encore Fear Factory.

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Anecdote

Soil est aussi le nom du groupe précurseur de System of a Down, fondé par Serj Tankian et Daron Malakian en 1993, et d'une chanson du premier album de celui-ci. Certains croient donc à tort que Soil est "l'ancêtre" de System of a Down.

Discographie

Throttle Junkies (1999)

  1. Everything
  2. Road To Ruin
  3. Damning Eden
  4. F-Hole
  5. Man I Am
  6. Hello Again
  7. Butterfly
  8. The Growing Ways
  9. Stand To Fall
  10. Concrete Slave
  11. She
  12. Crucified
  13. Shining Man
  14. Damning Eden (Acoustic)

Scars (2001)

  1. Breaking Me Down
  2. halo
  3. Need To Feel
  4. Wide Open
  5. Understanding Me
  6. My Own
  7. Unreal
  8. Inside
  9. Two Skins
  10. The One
  11. New Faith
  12. Why
  13. Black 7

Redefine (2004)

  1. Pride
  2. Redefine
  3. Can You Heal Me
  4. Cross My Heart
  5. Suffering
  6. Remember
  7. Deny Me
  8. Something Real
  9. Say You Will
  10. Love Hate Game
  11. Obsession

True Self (2006)

  1. Fight For Life
  2. Give It Up
  3. Pick Me Up
  4. The Last Chance
  5. True Self
  6. Hear Me
  7. Forever Dead
  8. Let Go
  9. Until It's Over
  10. Jaded
  11. Threw It Away
  12. One Last Song

Picture Perfect (2009)

  1. Tear It Down
  2. The Lesser Man
  3. Like It Is
  4. Picture Perfect
  5. Surrounded
  6. Wasted
  7. Every Moment
  8. Anymore
  9. Falter
  10. Too Far Away
  11. Calling Out
  12. Temptation
  13. Last Wish

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