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Fresh off the alleged news that he may be out of Soulfly, masterful guitarist Marc Rizzo has launched Hail The Horns. Well, heck. I used to write for a magazine called Hails & Horns, so I guess I am required to like this band. U would have anyway!

The trio features Marc Rizzo on Guitar/Voc, Tony Campos on Bass/Voc and “Opus” Lawrence on Drums/Voc. I am guessing there isn’t bad blood with the Soulfly camp as Campos plays with Dino in Fear Factory these days and Dino is the one doing Soulfly’s next tour instead of Mr. Rizzo.

Anyway, here is a Kiss cover. The Melvins version is still my favorite but this is a solid take on “God Of Thunder” with some chunky and shreddy sprinkles on top! Hails, indeed.

Anyway, Marc is one of the absolutely most talented guys in rock and I wish him all the best with this project and his future. I can’t imagine Soulfly has an easy task ahead recreating his flamenco and classical influences, if they will even attempt it.

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Soulfly, Suffocation and Battlecross to tour

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Thursday, March 3, 2016 at 7:43 AM (PST)


Good morning, ragers. Today’s news might seem a bit schizo, as Soulfly, Suffocation and Battlecross don’t seem at first like the most similar of bands, but they are all touring together and it is sure to be a memorable and awesome trek. I’m listening to Death Angel’s classic “Why You Do This” from the Frolic In The Park re-issue right now and thinking about how metal is really for all kinds of people, so to me this tour seems refreshing rather than a “get people in the door by any means” gambit. Heck, these days bigger bands need to stick together anyway as it not only gives fans more but it is expensive to tour. And it is cool to show more death metal types the groove of Soulfly or the spastic thrash attack of Battlecross can also be cool or for Suffocation to destroy people not used to a band that heavy.

Abnormality and Lody Kong are also along for the US batch of dates, which you can see below.

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Nu-thrashers Soulfly have a new lyric video for one of their most ever anthemic songs, the rallying cry “We Sold Our Souls To Metal” from upcoming banger Archangel. Like the recent Cavalera Conspiracy clip for “Babylonian Pandemonium”, this clip features Max Cavalera leading a live assault to crazed metal fans flipping out and keeping the metal faith. Blinding thrash meets a Dead Kennedys-esque bass break to die for and a dizzying bridge, with to the point lyrics and imagery heralding metal’s importance.

Check it out BELOW.

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Tribal nu and thrash metal titans Soulfly will bring da shit live in support of pending 2015 album Archangel. The “We Sold Our Souls To Metal” Tour is full of bands with a never say die work ethic that should shoot down critics and get fans into a frenzy.

Tickets for all shows go on sale Friday, May 8th at 10:00 am local time. Meet and greet packages will be made available as well. For more info and tickets

Dates BELOW.

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Enough cynicism. Just rock!

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Friday, August 16, 2013 at 9:01 PM (PST)


This post does not represent the “official” opinion of Metal Riot, just the cynical author.

So, it seems the last decade or so has seen a growing trend in music journalism to be snarky, dismissive or brief. Sure, the UK press has always been snarky. People have always ripped apart bands or movements they don’t like or think are bloated (prog) or talentless (punk). It is a treasured part of rock writing. These days it often seems like the ONLY kind of writing I see out there.

I just read an article ripping apart a pretty good song by This Or The Apocalypse, a metalcore band who actually write songs with current events in mind. While I love the website the critique was posted on and regularly read it (despite it being the most snarky of sites out there), I was kind of disgusted.

Can we please stop the cynical BS and try and make metal and hardcore grow stronger? For a few thoughts. Click HERE.

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Soulfly release lyric video for “Bloodshed”

Posted by GageT on Friday, August 9, 2013 at 7:50 AM (PST)

soulfly-savagesBrazilian metal dudes Soulfly have released a lyric video for “Bloodshed,” the first single off of their upcoming record Savages, out October 4 via Nuclear Blast. The track features frontman Max Cavalera’s son Igor on guest vocals.

Max commented on the track: “The song is about the absurdity of the human condition in territories plagued by bloodshed all over the world. Not just recent events like Iraq, but also historical conflicts such as the U.S. Civil War, World Wars I and II, etc.”

To check out the lyric video, click here.

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Soulfly reveal “Savages” album cover

Posted by GageT on Friday, August 2, 2013 at 7:21 AM (PST)

soulfly-savagesSoulfly have revealed the art for their upcoming album Savages, which is due out in October via Nuclear Blast. That’s it over there on the right, or you can click here to see a high-res version. The artwork was created by renowned artist Paul Stottler, who is best known for Scared Reich’s legendary Surf Nicaragua cover.


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Soulfly release second studio update for new album “Savages”

Posted by GageT on Friday, July 19, 2013 at 7:59 AM (PST)

soulfly_ben1Phoenix headbangers Soulfly have just dropped a new trailer for their upcoming ninth studio album Savages. Produced by Terry Date (who’s worked with guys like Pantera and Deftones), the album is due out in October via Nuclear Blast.

On a related note, apparently the drums on Savages were done by Zyon Cavalera, frontman Max’s 21-year-old son, putting them in the running for “most metal father and son.”

Check out the new video (and the old one too) here.

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Last month Soulfly drummer David Kinkade announced he was quitting the band and retiring from music for personal reasons.  Well, now he’s selling off all of  his equipment because he won’t be needing it anymore. He’s got some pretty sweet gear, so if that’s the kind of thing you’re into you can click here to find a statement he released detailing it and including contact info.

Kinkade has also played with bands such as Borknagar, Arsis, and Malevolent Creation.

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Interview with Max Cavalera of Soulfly

Posted by jrod1209 on Friday, March 30, 2012 at 3:28 PM (PST)

Max Cavalera, frontman of Arizona-based thrash metal group Soulfy, was interviewed recently when the the band played in Sacramento, CA.

You can check out the video here.

In the interview, he talks about the group’s upcoming touring plans, their new album Enslaved, and much more.

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Cover Art Battle: Tentacles, Chains, & Monsters

Posted by JDKleinhans on Thursday, March 22, 2012 at 6:20 PM (PST)

Welcome to Metal Riot’s Cover Art Battle! Every week we try and show the best-of-the-best in metal cover art, ranging from the fantastically illustrated to hauntingly photographed and everything in between.

Sorry we’re a week late on this one (we were busy celebrating St. Patty’s week. Yes. Week). Sorry we’re late, as it was another gloriously decadent week in metal. Anyway, here’s are top ten: Adrenaline Mob, Barren Eearth, Cannibal Corpse, Depths of Hatred, Formloff, Lord Mantis, Sigh, Soulfly, Spawn of Possession, Thunderkraft.

So take your cretin hedonistic ass right here and get to voting!

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New Music: Soulfly – “Gladiator”

Posted by SeanB on Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 6:52 AM (PST)

Soulfly have just released a new track from their upcoming album Enslaved.  The song is called “Gladiator” and can be found streaming right here.

Enslaved will be the band’s eighth studio release and is being released March 13, 2012 through Roadrunner Records.  You can see the track listing and large album artwork right here.

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Music Video: Soulfly – “World Scum”

Posted by SeanB on Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 8:34 AM (PST)

Soulfly have just released a video for the first single off their forthcoming album Enslaved.  “World Scum” has a lot of significant historical imagery and is definitely meant to make you think.

Click here to check the video out.

Enslaved is due out March 13, 2012 on Roadrunner Records.

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Max Cavalera interviewed in Australia

Posted by KageDrummer on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 3:33 PM (PST)

Max Cavalera, frontman for the thrash band Soulfly and Cavalera Conspiracy, was interviewed recently in Australia. In the interview he discusses the band’s new album, the new line-up, Big Day Out, influences, Morbid Angel, and more.

To check out the whole interview click here.

Soulfly’s upcoming album, “Enslaved,” will be released March 13th through Roadrunner Records.

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Soulfly release cover art for “Enslaved” and new line-up

Posted by KageDrummer on Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at 2:07 PM (PST)

Arizona thrashers, Soulfly, have released the cover art and line-up for their upcoming album “Enslaved.” The album cover was created by Marcelo Vasco and the new line-up is bassist Tony Campos, drummer David Kinkade, vocalist/guitarist Max Cavalera, and guitarist Marc Rizzo.

To check out the cover art and to see a picture of the new line-up click here.

“Enslaved” will be released March 13th through Roadrunner Records.

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