In anticipation for the release of their ninth studio album 'Savages', Soulfly recently debuted a brand new single dubbed 'Master Of Savagery' at The Gauntlet (which can also be heard below). The song's take-no-prisoners riffage, screeching vocals and barreling drums show that Cavalera and company are back with a vengeance.
Max Cavalera's Soulfly are going back to the primitive. In fact, they're 'Savages.' The band has shared the lyric video for 'Bloodshed,' the debut single from the new album, titled 'Savages,' out Oct. 1 on Nuclear Blast. It's their first effort for the new label after a long stint on Roadrunner Records.
Soulfly are inching closer to a new album release by unveiling the artwork for their forthcoming release, 'Savages.' As previously announced, the disc is due to drop on Oct. 4, marking their first offering under their new deal with Nuclear Blast Records.
The Soulfly tribe will be back to fill your ears with their tribal rhythms and razor sharp riffs this October. The Max Cavalera-fronted band will drop its ninth album 'Savages' on Oct. 1, marking its first effort for Nuclear Blast after a long career and eight previous albums on Roadrunner.
The Soulfly tribe, lead by ex-Sepultura mastermind Max Cavalera, offers some insight into its ninth album via the teaser trailer above, filmed while the band was in the studio. The footage is just under two minutes in length and was shot is in both black and white and color. It lets fans witness the process and inner workings of the band as they cut their new album.
Richie Cavalera – that last name should be instantly familiar to any self-respecting metalhead. He is the stepson of Sepultura and Soulfly guru Max Cavalera. So he certainly had a front and center seat for his metal education, learning from a legend.