Bloodlust (2017) by Body Count: Raw energy with sonic and emotional sophistication and intellect

Fast forward 3 years – enter Bloodlust (2017). In a time when the world seems more culturally and politically divided than ever, in a time when extremes become the new normal, the messages that Body Count has been giving us for the past 25 years still hold true today.

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My Bloody Roots: From Sepultura to Soulfly and beyond – The Autobiography by Max Cavalera with Joel McIver

[…] when I finally got around to reading My Bloody Roots, the story came full-circle. The book elaborates on many different aspects of Max’s life. It recounts not necessarily the life of a famous musician, but the life of an interesting man. […]

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Archangel (2015) by Soulfly: A thoroughly elaborated epos and uncompromising metal journey

Soulfly released their 10th album, Archangel, on 14 August 2015 through Nuclear Blast. For whatever ignorant reason, I simply did not get around listening to this masterpiece until recently. However, after finally having placed it right next to my CD player on my desk, I gave it a dozen of spins, and this is what I think of it: […]

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