Tag: Soulfly

NEWS: Soulfly announce “Totem” with “Superstition”!

Having already been played live and spread like wildfire online, Soulfly have officially unveiled “Superstition” as the first single and opening cut of their twelfth studio album “Totem“, to be  released via Nuclear Blast on 5th August 2022. Recorded at Platinum Underground in Mesa Arizona by John Aquilino and Arthur Rizk with assistance from John

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Blood Rooted.

“Twenty-six years ago, Roots Bloody Roots pleaded for the preservation of Brazilian cultural diversity. Today, Kapitur’s distinctive revisit of the song revolves around the historical alienation of common people regarded as different, the bloody roots of us outsiders. It grips on the struggle of finding oneself estranged from one’s original and adoptive cultures, to the

NEWS: Incite partake in war soup with Max Cavalera!

They may have released it on streaming platforms a couple of weeks back but it was inevitable that Pheonix Arizona Thrash Metal outfit Incite would share a music video for “War Soup“, a single that sees Ritchie Cavalera and Max Cavalera share a microphone for the first time in a long time. Due to issues

Bootleg: Soulfly in Berkeley California!

Quite how long Fear Factory mastermind Dino Cazares will remain a part of Soulfly remains to be seen but for the time being at least he seems to be holding down the touring guitarist role in the absence of anyone else. Iron Serbian from  Capital Chaos TV has shared not one but two new songs

NEWS: Incite announce “Wake Up Dead” with “Deadbeat”!

Pheonix Arizona’s Incite have announced the follow up to 2019’s “Built To Destroy“, an album recorded with legendary Producer Steve Evetts at Omen Room Studios in Los Angeles. The 10 track affair titled “Wake Up Dead” will appear via Atomic Fire Records on 25th March and feature a guest appearance from none other than Max

Playthrough: “Slave” from Marc Rizzo!

It seems surreal that after 19 years, the guitarist whose departure from Ill Niño to join Soulfly should be returning to the band that he once called his own. The signature Flamenco guitar style that Marc Rizzo has very much made the first two Ill Niño records but his return, to a band that is

Throwback: “Arise” by Sepultura!

Rewinding the tape thirty years to 1991 and the fourth studio album from Sepultura is where we find ourselves. The band chose Scott Burns (Decide, Cannibal Corpse, Obituary) who was a vital cog in the wheel in the Florida Death Metal scene to produce at his home studio giving the album a huge step up

Review: “H8” by M.O.D. ClassicTK

The story goes that when talks didn’t go according to plan for an M.O.D. (Method of Destruction) 30th Anniversary reunion to play debut album “U.S.A. for M.O.D.” in full with the original line up, guitarist Tim “The Riffmaster” McMurtrie and bassist Ken “Angry Corpse” Ballone decided to take the path less traveled. The unmistakable legendary

NEWS: The Absence have faith in death!

Earlier this summer Florida Melodic Death Metallers with Thrash influences The Absence who feature in their ranks members Hot Graves, Venom Inc, Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy and Massacre known for heart-wrenching melodies and skull-pounding aggression unveiled a long awaited fifth album mastered by Jonas Kjellgren (Immortal, Overkill, Scar Symmetry) at Sweden’s Black Lounge Studios via M-Theory Audio. A beast of

Throwback: “Hot Summer” from Channel Zero!

Back in 2011, Belgian Metallers Channel Zero recorded their one and only album “Feed ‘Em with a Brick” for Roadrunner Records, their first with former Soulfly and Snot guitarist Mikey Doling. Having gained a lot of attention thanks to the quality of their material and sophomore album “Stigmatized For Life” being mixed by Vinnie Paul