Soulfly stream title track from new album ‘Archangel’

Soulfly Archangel crop

Soulfly are streaming the title track from their forthcoming studio album Archangel.

The band’s 10th studio LP, it will be released on the 14th of August via Nuclear Blast and is the follow up to the group’s 2013 album, Savages.

Says Soulfly main man Max Cavalera of the new collection: “I feel it is my most mystic album since Prophecy. The guest collaborations have always been a trademark of Soulfly and Archangel is no different. We can’t wait to play this live for the worldwide tribe.”

Archangel is available to pre-order now and is also available in a deluxe package that contains a bonus DVD featuring the band’s performance from last year’s Hellfest.

Check out the video for “Archangel” below:

The full track list for Archangel is:

Soulfly Archangel cover01. “We Sold Our Souls To Metal”
02. “Archangel”
03. “Sodomites”
04. “Ishtar Rising”
05. “Live Life Hard!”
06. “Shamash”
07. “Bethlehem’s Blood”
08. “Titans”
09. “Deceiver”
10. “Mother Of Dragons”
11. “You Suffer” (Bonus Napalm Death cover)
12. “Acosador Nocturno” (Bonus)
13. “Soulfly X” (Bonus)

SPECIAL EDITION DVD: LIVE AT HELLFEST 2014
01. “Cannibal Holocaust”
02. “Refuse/Resist”
03. “Bloodshed”
04. “Back To The Primitive”
05. “Seek ‘N’ Strike”
06. “Tribe”
07. “Rise Of The Fallen”
08. “Revengeance”
09. “Roots Bloody Roots”
10. “Jumpdafuckup/Eye For An Eye”

Album Reviews | Live Reviews | News | SBA Lists | The Playlist | Under The Skin | Without A Song

Soulfly share details of new album ‘Archangel’

Soulfly Archangel crop

Soulfly have revealed details of their new album.

The band’s 10th studio LP, titled Archangel, will be released in standard and special edition formats.

The special edition will feature bonus tracks including a cover of Napalm Death’s “You Suffer”, and a live show recorded at last year’s Hellfest.

Says Soulfly mainman Max Cavalera of the album: “It’s a very biblical, very mystic, very exotic kind of album. This is a totally different vibe. There’s more mystic, exotic sounds, songs and lyrics. So it’s really cool. It’s really artistic, which I like about it.”

Archangel is released on the 14th of August via Nuclear Blast and Soulfly return to the UK next month for a series of live shows. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Jul 25th: London, O2 Academy Islington
Jul 26th: Cardiff, Globe
Jul 27th: Birmingham, O2 Academy 2
Jul 28th: Manchester, Club Academy
Jul 29th: Sheffield, Corporation
Jul 30th: Stoke, Sugarmill

The full track list for Archangel is as follows:

Soulfly Archangel cover01. “We Sold Our Souls To Metal”
02. “Archangel”
03. “Sodomites”
04. “Ishtar Rising”
05. “Live Life Hard!”
06. “Shamash”
07. “Bethlehem’s Blood”
08. “Titans”
09. “Deceiver”
10. “Mother Of Dragons”
SPECIAL EDITION BONUS TRACKS
11. “You Suffer (Napalm Death)”
12. “Acosador Nocturno”
13. “Soulfly X”
SPECIAL EDITION DVD: LIVE AT HELLFEST 2014
01. “Cannibal Holocaust”
02. “Refuse/Resist”
03. “Bloodshed”
04. “Back To The Primitive”
05. “Seek ‘N’ Strike”
06. “Tribe”
07. “Rise Of The Fallen”
08. “Revengeance”
09. “Roots Bloody Roots”
10. “Jumpdafuckup/Eye For An Eye”

Album Reviews | Live Reviews | News | SBA Lists | The Playlist | Under The Skin | Without A Song

Soulfly begin work on new studio album

Soulfly - California - 2015

Soulfly have begun to record their new studio album.

The band are working with producer Matt Hyde at his studio in California. Hyde has previously produced work with Slayer, Hatebreed and Sum 41.

Soulfly frontman Max Cavalera’s wife Gloria posted a picture on Facebook yesterday of the band and Hyde, captioned: “”Day one in the studio with Matt Hyde. With Marc Rizzo, Monte Conner, Tony Campos and Zyon Cavalera.”

Soulfly’s last album was 2013’s Savages.

Album Reviews | Live Reviews | News | SBA Lists | The Playlist | Under The Skin | Without A Song

Tony Iommi: Hyde Park show could be Black Sabbath’s last

Black Sabbath

Tony Iommi has speculated that Black Sabbath’s live Hyde Park set this summer could be their last.

The band will headline the British Summer Time Festival in London on the 4th of July, topping a bill that also includes Soundgarden, Faith No More, Motörhead, Soulfly, Hell, Bo Ningen and Wolfmother.

Speaking to Metal Hammer ahead of the show, Iommi revealed that the band don’t have any plans for further live dates following the festival and that, combined with his ill health, it could be the last time that they play together in public.

“It could be the last ever Sabbath show,” the guitarist says. “I don’t want it to be, but there’s nothing really planned touring-wise after that show, so for all we know that could be it really. To be honest I don’t want to be touring to this extent too much longer, because it makes me feel so bad.”

Iommi was diagnosed with lymphoma in January 2012 and completed a course of treatment in March of this year. He is currently awaiting an update from his doctors. “I’m at a stage now where I have no support, which means I have to see whether the cancer is coming back or if it’s still there or what,” he says. “I just don’t know. It’s a bit of a worry. After we finish this tour I’ll go in and have scan, so we’ll see what that shows up.”

Black Sabbath are currently touring in support of their latest studio album, 13.

Album Reviews | Live Reviews | News | SBA Lists | The Playlist | Under The Skin | Without A Song