Soulfly album stream
2013-09-27 by Philip Whitehead | 21 Comments

Soulfly are currently streaming their 9th album (and Nuclear Blast debut), Savages, on the Metal Hammer website. The album, the groove metal quartet's first with Max Cavalera's son Zyon behind the drumkit, is out on September 30.

The stream can be found here: http://www.metalhammer.co.uk/news/exclusive-hear-the-new-soulfly-album/

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IleftyspankedU
September 27th 2013

691 Comments


I hear fear factory

bloc
September 27th 2013

34780 Comments


Pretty fun album actually

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
September 27th 2013

6011 Comments


Zyon's heartbeat as a fetus had introduced us to Chaos A.D. and now he is drumming for his old man.

This is sweet.

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thespaceforthis
September 27th 2013

518 Comments


damn im old

Sapient.
September 28th 2013

1109 Comments


Didn't think I'd care for this much, but this is pretty awesome

DatsNotDaMetulz
September 28th 2013

1748 Comments


Fucking grooves everywhere man

coopers78
September 28th 2013

4 Comments


It's a horrid album cover. As for the tunes, generic soulfly.

TomArnoldsArmpit
September 28th 2013

3005 Comments


no thanks

8bit
September 28th 2013

3315 Comments


This is fucking awesome.

DatsNotDaMetulz
September 28th 2013

1748 Comments


Yeah, I mean alright it's not their best work but it sounds like they're having fun recording this album and giving Zyon a chance to explore his capabilities a little bit. It's an enjoyable enough listen and FUCKING GROOVES

thespaceforthis
September 28th 2013

518 Comments


I like the production in this album, the bass drums sound really punchy and the snare powerful like in the good ol sepultura albums.

linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
September 28th 2013

1864 Comments


For me one of the albums of the year. Grooves all over the place, yes, but I think cavalera did a good thing in recruiting his son for drums, plus Neil Fallon and Mitch Harris both do a sterling job when they appear.

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NocteDominum
Contributing Reviewer
September 28th 2013

6993 Comments


This is a solid Soulfly record, coincidentally, the new Sepultura's solid too. Nothing especially great, but steadily solid.

thespaceforthis
September 28th 2013

518 Comments


you got a promo copy of that new Sepultura? kewl

NocteDominum
Contributing Reviewer
September 28th 2013

6993 Comments


yea mate, this kataklysm, soulfly, etc

Sapient.
September 29th 2013

1109 Comments


Just heard the opening song from this on my local radio station, yeah this record is becoming one of my favorite metal records Of the year

Apollo
September 29th 2013

10298 Comments


It's alright. The vocals suck hard though. Max is losing his voice.

bloc
September 29th 2013

34780 Comments


Max sounds a lot like the Meshuggah guy at times. But that fucker featured on KCS is god awful. Ruins the entire song imo.

DatsNotDaMetulz
September 29th 2013

1748 Comments


Mitch Harris? He's a bit of an acquired taste which is why I think a lot of people are put off Napalm Death.

Curse.
Contributing Reviewer
September 29th 2013

7983 Comments


I have no fucking idea why they would have Mitch do vocals instead of Barney from ND

DatsNotDaMetulz
September 29th 2013

1748 Comments


Mitch and Max are good mates apparently. Mitch used to help look after Zyon and change his diapers in the 90s.



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