Tag: Totem

Review: “Totem” by Soulfly

Twenty five years after their inception the arrival of the twelfth album from Phoenix Arizona based Soulfly in “Totem” is one that offers a certain amount of intrigue. What kind of riffs is Max Cavalera going to bring to the King’s table in the absence of Marc Rizzo following last summers less than amicable departure?

NEWS: Soulfly spill filth upon filth!

The studio version of a track which has been in the live set of Soulfly for over a year has been released as a single in advance of the bands new album “Totem“. Recorded at Platinum Underground in Mesa, Arizona with Max Cavalera and Arthur Rizk (Code Orange, Cavalera Conspiracy, Power Trip) splitting the production

Throwback: “Seek ‘n’ Strike” by Soulfly!

Ahead of the release of their twelfth studio album “Totem” on 5th August via Nuclear Blast, it’s time we take a trip down they yellow brick road that is memory lane and talk about the third album from Soulfly as it reaches its 20th Anniversary. Recorded at Chaton Studios in  Phoenix Arizona, “Om” an album

Playthrough: “Superstition” from Soulfly!

Celebrating his love of ESP guitars, Max Cavalera has dropped a playthrough video for “Superstition” from the upcoming new Soulfly album “Totem“. How long the band will hold onto Fear Factory riff slinger Dino Cazares before they are forced to bring his band along as support remains to be seen but for now we only

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

Review: “Deadwood” by Red Antlers

Adorned by hand painted cover art from guitarist and vocalist Timothy Gramnaes, “Deadwood” is the sophomore album from Gothenburg, Sweden hailing Black Sludge quartet Red Antlers, who may have their roots firmly in Black Metal but also claim influences from bands likeEntombed, High on fire and Neurosis when formulating their sonic creations. A band with