Enslaved is the eighth studio album by the metal band Soulfly. It was recorded in fall 2011, mostly in Tallcat Studios in Phoenix, Arizona. Zeuss and Max Cavalera produced this album. This is the first album to feature Asesino frontman Tony Campos on bass, and the only album to feature former Borknagar drummer David Kinkade on drums, and the last studio album to be released through Roadrunner Records.
Дата релиза 13 Март 2012. Лейблы Roadrunner Records. Музыкальный стильThrash Neo. Владельцы этого альбома153.
Dumb and cliche album concepts aside, Soulfly opens up the album with a short introductory track in ‘Resistance,’ with a simplistic two-note riff that is continuously played for much of the song on top of a double-bass attack. It’s a better way to open up an album than just another two-minute ambient track that serves no purpose, but Max’s voice is modulated in a way where you are unable to tell what he is saying, and it all comes out garbled except for him yelling resistance a few times. Honestly, Enslaved could have been so much worse than it actually was. I was prepared to tear Soulfly a new one, but I came away appreciating what was on this disc.
Enslaved is the eighth studio album by the metal band Soulfly. It was recorded in late 2011 in Tallcat Studios in Phoenix, Arizona and produced by Zeuss and Max Cavalera. It is the first to feature Asesino frontman Tony Campos on bass, and former Borknagar drummer David Kinkade on drums.
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Enslaved (Soulfly album). This article is about the album by Soulfly. For other topics, see Enslaved. Omen is the seventh studio album from the metal band Soulfly. It was recorded in November 2009 and was released first in Japan on May 18, 2010 and on May 25, 2010 in other parts of the world. It was released on May 24, 2010 in parts of Europe.
Using the sound of their last album as a starting point, Enslaved finds Cavalera and company merging groove, thrash, and death metal to create a violent symphony of sonic devastation. What really works about this approach is how perfectly uncomplicated it is. Instead of getting caught up in crazy concepts or prog-leaning esoterica, the band just opens their seemingly unending torrent of aggression and trusts that everything will fall into place.