11 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

Maranatha ,

Not what I expected..

I have always followed Sepultura, Nailbomb, Soulfy, CC and whatever else Max tends to be a part of. I own all the albums of the aforementioned and generally like all of them. I give this 3 stars NOT because the album is bad, but because it just doesn't feel like Soulfly material. I think Max has become a victim of his own multi-project career in that everything being put out could be labelled whatever else he is working on. This could easily be an extension of the CC stuff, but I guess it simply does not remind me of SOULFLY. I don't get that Heavy-Tribal-Organic-Metal feel like I do from the other Soulfly stuff.
Anyway, this is a 4 to 4.5 star album as it stands, but just a 3 compared to other Soulfy material if that makes sense. I like it otherwise.

Mr. Traum ,

Wait before you download

A great album. Another outstanding addition to the Soulfly catalogue. As a HUGE fan I opted to go to a brick and mortar store to buy the physical album and picked up the deluxe addition with 3 additional audio tracks and a DVD with a concert (Warsaw) and a music video for "Innerspirit." Also included is additional album artwork.

Dhalgren74 ,

Back to the Frontlines

A pretty solid album. Sounds like Soulfly went a little more old-school with this one, drawing inspiration from some of the early Sepultura albums (i.e. Arise and Chaos A.D.). You can really hear it in some of the guitar riffs. What's really missing from this album, however, is the peppering-in of that tribal sound (drums, chanting, undulating rhythms) that made some of the earlier Soulfly albums so cool. Still, Soulfly blows the doors off most of the metal bands out there today.

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