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Available from 05/09/2012

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1. Eye For An Eye - Album Version
2. No Hope = No Fear
3. Bleed
4. Tribe
5. Bumba
6. First Commandment
7. Bumbklaatt
8. Soulfly
9. Umbabarauma
10. Quilombo
11. Fire
12. The Song Remains Insane
13. No
14. Prejudice
15. Sultao Das Matas
16. Karmageddon
After the release of the cross-pollinating metal landmark Roots, Brazilian metal giants Sepultura acrimoniously splintered, with frontman Max Cavalera--thought by many to be the instigator of the primal rhythms that made Roots such a ferocious prospect--striking out bravely with his own project, Soulfly. Their eponymous debut picked up where Roots left off, debut single "Bleed" opening with a fearsome patter of drums, and then letting the floodgates burst open with a seldom-rivalled burst of speed-metal riffing. By no means was this Cavalera standing still, though--Soulfly skips tempo with virtuostic ease, showing a loose affinity with the harshest grooves of crossover hip-hop/metal groups like Korn. The aforementioned "Bleed" features a spittle-flecked rap from Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst, and "First Commandment" invites Chino Moreno of the Deftones into the arena to duel it out with Cavalera. They're brave men--on Soulfly's evidence, few can match him on his own turf. --Louis Pattison

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