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  • tour dates | P A I N O F S A L V A T I O N d o t c o m
    Salt One 2010 Scarsick 2007 BE 2004 Remedy Lane 2002 TPE1 2000 OHBTCL 1998 Entropia 1997 discography social media the gear endorsements daniel s guitars about the band the site Site Updates graveyard Navigation Archive for the tour dates category UPCOMING 2014 view the upcoming tour dates By Webmaster Mar 7 2013 tour dates 2013 DATES view all tour dates of 2013 By Webmaster Mar 7 2013 tour dates 2012 dates view all tour dates of 2012 By Webmaster Jun 13 2012 tour dates 2011 dates view all tour dates of 2011 By Webmaster Jun 13 2012 tour dates 2011 JUN 19 hellfest clisson f Jun 19th 2011 Hellfest Clisson France By Webmaster Nov 20 2010 tour dates 2011 JUN 07 bar opinião porto alegre br Jun 07th Bar Opinião Porto Alegre Brazil By Webmaster Nov 20 2010 tour dates More 2011 JUN 05 carioca club são paulo br Jun 05th 2011 Carioca Club São Paulo Brazil By Webmaster Nov 20 2010 tour dates More 2011 JUN 04 hard rock café rio de janeiro br Jun 04th 2011 Hard Rock Café Rio de Janeiro Brazil By Webmaster Nov 20 2010 tour dates More 2011 JAN 29 open air theater saarang

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  • merchandise | P A I N O F S A L V A T I O N d o t c o m
    Two 2011 Road Salt One 2010 Scarsick 2007 BE 2004 Remedy Lane 2002 TPE1 2000 OHBTCL 1998 Entropia 1997 discography social media the gear endorsements daniel s guitars about the band the site Site Updates graveyard Navigation merchandise The official online store for Pain of Salvation merchandise If you are looking for Pain of Salvation merch you have to check out the in house online store BLACK MERCH by pain of salvation at blackmerch com There you will find shirts posters accessories and rarities Most of the items are endemic and can only be purchased there A lot of the items can be ordered autographed Every once in a while you will even find true magical items for sale for a limited time like Pain of Salvation s personal music gear or truly unique memorabilia Your days on eBay may be over now that BLACK MERCH have opened their doors Another option is to visit Omerch they have a special corner dedicated to Pain of Salvation merch as well and will carry some products of their own 1 Comment Feb 6 2013 15 53 Fabian Vega Ramirez says Hi I want to know how I can purchase POS t shirts

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  • videos | P A I N O F S A L V A T I O N d o t c o m
    Where It Hurts Album Road Salt One 2011 By Webmaster Jun 15 2012 videos Linoleum Official Linoleum Album Linoleum EP 2009 Director Owe Lingvall By Webmaster Dec 19 2010 videos Leaving Entropia live Leaving Entropia T5 Album 12 5 Live CD By Webmaster Jul 20 2010 videos Chain Sling live Chain Sling Album Remedy Lane 2002 Live DVD By Webmaster Jul 20 2010 videos Martius Nauticus II live Martius Nauticus II Album BE 2003 Live DVD Daniel This is the closing song on the BE album DVD I still wish we had had more good clips from everyone playing percussion at the end it looked and sounded quite impressive By Webmaster Jul 20 2010 videos Iter Impius live Iter Impius Album BE Live DVD Daniel This is Fredrik s song from the BE album and maybe the most dramatic one Hell to perform live from a vocal point of view especially since it is so late in the concept This is taken from the BE DVD captured on video By Webmaster Jul 20 2010 videos Dea Pecuniae live Dea Pecuniae Album BE Live DVD Daniel One of my favorite songs from BE where I get to play the questionable character

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  • interviews | P A I N O F S A L V A T I O N d o t c o m
    Lane 2002 TPE1 2000 OHBTCL 1998 Entropia 1997 discography social media the gear endorsements daniel s guitars about the band the site Site Updates graveyard Navigation interviews May 17 2012 Daniel 3 Comments Nov 25 2012 15 52 sio says the perfect element made him disappointed by the react of mine im less or more the one he seeks Reply Nov 25 2012 15 53 sio says why nobody left

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  • Metal-Inside, May 21 2012 (Daniel) | P A I N O F S A L V A T I O N d o t c o m
    roads you travel Along those roads you will reach some key points Memorable points for one or another reason something profound that happens to you an important choice you have to make or one of those points on the road where all of a sudden you find yourself having an overview of your life the choices you ve made and the options ahead of you all laid out for you As if you have reached a crest with a better view Rewarding and alarming at the same time Anyway every song and lyric in Road Salt is revolving around those key points and almost every single lyric puts a character or you as the listener before a choice There s a possibility and a sacrifice If you want to be semantically philosophical and annoyingly clever about it you can say that there s salvation and the pain of salvation in every song What would you do which road would you take The longer story is simply some of those key points stretched out and is based on where I found myself back in 2008 or 2009 It s about having come to a point in life where you don t know where to go anymore where you have sacrificed almost everything for this one single goal in your entire life and now you don t know if you have the will to proceed Where do you go then Sit on the curb Trace your steps backwards until you reach safer ground Keep walking and hope for a wider road ahead Or thrust yourself into the wild unknown beyond the road altogether In the end all of these journeys and key points of the main character is mirrored by the roads and choices of mankind As always Pain of Salvation is making the fractal comparison seeing the large through the small perspective and seeing the small through the large perspective That s the only way of making sense on larger scales 10 Are you working on a new album already If yes how will it relate to the Road Salt albums I haven t started working on an album yet But that doesn t mean there isn t music It only means that the actual album hasn t started to take shape yet I didn t know which songs would end up on the Road Salt albums either they presented themselves during the process and some songs had been lying around for a long time some had been in the back of my head even longer That also means I have no idea how it will relate to Road Salt I always need to find something new and fresh for every album as I mentioned I hate to repeat myself sneeze What I hope to maintain is that dry intimacy and rawness I have become allergic to synthetic reverbs dubbed guitars and clicky drums And cats And grass And repeat 11 What are you doing besides being a member of Pain of Salvation What do you do in your spare time Whenever I have time I try to accept a few of the many invitations I have to being part on albums by other artists and bands I like the perspective it gives me My biggest problem is that my brain is working in hyper speed and there s no time to channelize all that it s creating I come up with inventions that I d like to realize and 15 years later someone did it and probably became rich in the process I have all these ideas for art installations I would like to do if I had the time and connections I have all these movie scores coming to me and no outlet for them I write entire novels when I can t sleep but only in my head so they are never saved of course Needless to say all this is driving me insane so with the years I have increasingly tried to do mindless stuff like watching TV series OK it s not mindless but it keeps your brain focused on something else for a while Otherwise I really look forward to some family time this summer I have tried to fence off a lot of work for this period to give me some time to be close just be close with my family and work in the garden Maybe write one of those books during late nights Unless there s another season of Dexter or Game of Thrones coming out on BluRay of course haha 12 Do you listen to music If yes which bands albums did impress you the most in the last months I do listen to music of course but it fills me with emptiness from time to time Like a drug that s not really taking anymore not doing what it s meant to be doing I need to find new music and I need to have large variations I have 25 Gb of music on my devices but still I rarely find what I need at a given moment as if there s still something out there that I am looking for I had a huge Beatles craze a while back and bought the mono box to go with the stereo versions I already had and even purchased some vinyls like Revolver which is one of my big favorites But I was never narrow enough to find that collector s mentality and learn the track order of all albums or who engineered this or that one I get restless and bored and need to move on So my music collection is based on diversity a lot Along with the more serious and credible music you ll find your odd tracks of Robbie Williams Beyonce Spice Girls and Limp Bizkit And there s a lot of 70s children s music that I grew up with and has hunted down in adult age a lot of the music for children in Sweden during

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  • PopFrontal, May 17 2012 (Daniel) | P A I N O F S A L V A T I O N d o t c o m
    convince the audience that we are the pinnacle of the evening When was the last time you experienced stage fright In 1988 We qualified for Rock SM and our first real gig ever we were 15 was in front of 1 000 people We were playing in the Below 20 category where everyone else was of course about 19 I had decided that I would play my solo down on my knees which I also did in the end and a few weeks later when we played at our school I want all in and played it behind my neck hell it was the 80s man Before the show we were sitting backstage totally green in our faces I remember the phrase Fuck it let s go home being uttered at some point more to underline the nervousness than actually meaning it though It lasted all the way to the side of the stage and during the presentation of the band but as soon as we were on stage and touched our instruments I felt relaxed and hungry for more I felt in my right element at home The next day we all went to school to hear the comments from our class mates I won Best Singer which granted me a pair of Converse shoes red and white but after that we all fell terribly sick all nerves finally untangling again After this stage fright has left me alone I do want to feel on edge though I work myself up before shows I jump I pace the backstage area back and forth I sometimes hit myself in the stomach and on my arms I want to be balancing on that knife s blade when I enter the stage The closest I come to fright these days are the occasional moment of NOT being worked up before a gig I need the hunger I need to feel at home Every night I walk out on stage in search of magic Something new unexperienced something that touches me and moves me Reaches me or disturbs me I want every show to alter me change me in some way or other Reportedly during the last show at Stockholm there occurred quite a lot of practical jokes or pranks like the sabotage of Leo s drumkit Your comments During that show PoS even did support Cryptex by singing on one number of their set Alois as a surprise This sounds special Last shows are famous for having these ingredients it s an unwritten rule of the business The crew are messing with the bands and the headliner usually messes a bit with the opening act Never to the point where it risks destroying the vibe or performance though I still remember when we played with Dream Theater back in 2002 for the last show they sang ABBA in our monitor system through one of our songs haha When we had Beardfish opening for us a while back we managed to sneak up

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  • Guitar World, Oct 6 2011 (Daniel) | P A I N O F S A L V A T I O N d o t c o m
    crate that was nothing but Jimi Hendrix albums which was insane So I would come into the rehearsing room and the first thing I would do is turn on the vinyl player and randomly pick out an LP and listen to it while I was hooking the computer up and preparing whatever else I was going to do for the day I found this guitar album called Rio Grande Mud Even though I was born in the 70s a lot of my musical history took place in the 80s so when I think ZZ Top I m really thinking Afterburner that type of stuff These funny beard guys with this extremely slick production that was ZZ Top to me But when I picked up this album I knew I had heard of this band but I flipped over to the back and said Wait a minute they don t have beards I have to listen to this And I really loved the sound and the whole vibe of that album so I think that was definitely in there along with all these other influences Dare I ask have you heard any of the more recent versions of the album I ended up buying it from iTunes and it sounds crap Apparently they remixed the album for CD All the reverb and the grittiness is gone I have a pretty stinking vinyl player too Maybe that helps I don t know laughs But it s so gritty and so punchy The guitar sounds are just wonderful Do you feel a strong connection with the music of that period I know I m going to piss a lot of people off in saying this so I apologize beforehand but when I listen to like Led Zeppelin or the Doors it gets so close to something that I would really like but it never gets there all the way for me And I like the vibe I like the integrity the sound and the whole charisma around the bands but I just never feel like the songs connect with me on that magical sort of level Never Maybe once in a while Led Zeppelin had a few songs that I really really love but there s just a lot of not so good stuff there That s just my subjective taste coming into the picture So I wanted to make my own alternative to that What I tried to do from a song point of view In retrsopect you know you have the 60s and the 70s and then the production style sort of drifted into the 80s and 90s But if we sort of imagine for a while that it didn t that it kept going in the way it was through the 60s and 70s that the 80s would have been something different something that come out of the 70s and kept going I like to think sometimes that we would end up with the sound on these records Road Salt

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  • Rolling Stone Feature, Mar 10 2011 (Daniel) | P A I N O F S A L V A T I O N d o t c o m
    March 2011 It s half article half interview so it half fits in this interview section That said you should still read it in whole not quit halfway through regardless of how temptingly logical that would seem Here goes Daniel Gildenlöw doesn t walk He strides all 6 foot plus frame of his with a sense of urgency But the Pain of Salvation frontman stops just as readily when fans at the IIT Madras campus request him for pictures and autographs Tonight the Swedish progressive rock band is headlining at the institute s annual festival Saarang their second India gig Just a week ago on January 22 Pain of Salvation were at IIM Lucknow I guess I had gone there pretty much without any expectations and so I was very positively surprised by the response says the 37 year old Gildenlöw The India tour is in support of the band s last album Road Salt One 2010 As with their past few albums Road Salt One moved in directions tangential to the band s earliest sound Reactions were extreme people either loved it or hated it That s been happening with every album actually says Gildenlöw The funny thing is that people who love it will keep loving it and many of the people who hate it will actually get to loving it he reckons So I guess that s the good thing about Pain of Salvation It really goes the other way around Some people just need more time It s always going to be like that I guess The band is currently working on the follow up Road Salt Two Most of it is recorded But I still have some problems to work out like the sound I m really picky about the sound says Gildenlöw While initially

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