Soulfly Premiere Lyric Video For “Under Rapture” Feat. Ross Dolan (Immolation)

Soulfly have premiered a lyric video for their song “Under Rapture.” This track features Ross Dolan (Immolation) and it appears on the band’s new album “Ritual,” which was released today (October 19). Dolan commented:

“It was really exciting for me to be part of the new Soulfly album. ‘Under Rapture’ is a crushing song and I was on board the second I heard it. It was truly an honor for me to have been part of this. I think it’s a sick song both musically and lyrically and I am really happy with the end result! This collaboration started last February when we were invited out as support on the ‘Return To Roots’ tour which eventually led to Max singing on the ‘Morbid Visions’ cover we did for the ‘Death Is Just The Beginning’ comp. As fans, having Max part of this made it really special and truly meant the world to us.”

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Soulfly Premiere New Song “Dead Behind The Eyes” Feat. Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God)

Soulfly have premiered a new song titled “Dead Behind The Eyes.” This track features Lamb Of God’s Randy Blythe and it contains lyrics inspired by the Cenobites, the extra-dimensional beings who appear in the works of Clive Barker. Soulfly’s new album “Ritual” will be released on October 19.

Soulfly Premiere New Song “Ritual”

Soulfly have premiered a new song titled “Ritual.” This is the title track of the band’s new album, which is set to be released on October 19. Max Cavalera commented:

“This song took a long time and almost didn’t make the record. We recorded it as an instrumental and ran out of time in the studio. We ended up having to fly Josh Wilbur (producer) out to my house to finish the vocals. He kept on telling me he wanted more of that ‘tribal shit’ like some of the stuff on our first record and ‘Primitive’. We ended up creating the chorus on the spot and layering something like 12 or 16 tracks of chanting for it. After we heard it and were listening back, we got really excited and were high-fiving each other. Josh just turned to me and said that was what he wanted to hear as a fan, and he was really happy to get that out of me. We both knew it was a new SOULFLY classic for the ages and had to be the album opener. I’m really proud of this song and I think old-school fans of my work are going to love it.”