May 182010

We haven’t been huge fans of the music produced in the past by Soulfly, the band that Max Cavalera started after leaving Sepultura in 1996. But Soulfly’s new album Omen (due for a May 25 release on Roadrunner) is currently streaming in its entirety, and we’ve been listening.  Rather than try to describe it today, let’s just say it’s sick — and let you hear it for yourselves, for as long as this stream lasts (to get to the music player, which starts playing automatically, move on after the jump . . .)

  2 Responses to “SOULFLY STREAMING”

  1. Not too bad. I think Conquer is still better. I like Cavalera Conspiracy a lot more. Sounds more like old Sepultura.

    Btw, I really hope you are at the Whitechapel show tonight.

    • Yep — we were at the Whitechapel show. If I can get my act together, we’ll put up a review and photos tomorrow, and if not then, the next day. We had to leave before JFAC played their set, but the rest of the bands killed it. Whitechapel was definitely firing on all cylinders and the club was packed to the rafters.

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