Soulfly. What can we say about Soulfly? You’ve got to love Max Cavalera because he’s done so much for heavy metal. And that first Soulfly record was the business. Plus, on the band’s new disc, Greg Puciato from Dillinger Escape Plan appears on a track. Soulfly is Soulfly, and you love it because its Soulfly. But is it groundbreaking stuff? No, dude. It tows the line.
Live, Soulfly are fucking phenomenal. They bring the energy, the fire, and the passion they have for their music to the stage and it translates well. Can you tell I’m not trying to rip Max a new one. Its hard.
Before the end of 2010, Soulfly will be hitting the road with Straight Line Stitch and Incite. Speaking of Straight Line Stitch, the band recently wrapped the recording of their next disc, The Good Fight, with producer Ben Schigel, who has worked with the likes of Walls of Jericho and Chimaira. Look for that effort sometime early next year.
Soulfly tour dates:
November 26: Los Angeles, CA – House Of Blues
November 27: San Diego, CA – House Of Blues
November 28: San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
November 30: Englewood, CO – Gothic Theatre
December 2: Chicago, IL – House Of Blues
December 4: Cleveland, OH – House Of Blues
December 8: New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre
December 9: Philadelphia, PA – Theatre Of Living Arts
December 12: Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution Live
December 15: Dallas, TX- House Of Blues
December 16: Houston, TX – House Of Blues
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