Soulfly, Incite, Shadow Spectrum, Indisgust

Twenty-three years after quitting his Brazilian thrash pioneers Sepultura, and 21 into succeeding convulsions Soulfly, Max Cavalera sounds ever more like Belo Horizonte/Phoenix’s Lemmy Kilmister on last year’s 11th long-player Ritual. The frontman’s scabrous yell, son Zyon Cavalera’s percussive earthquake, Marc Rizzo’s payload riffs, and Mike Leon’s bass neckties turned in the group’s most compelling pit taunt since 2004’s Prophecy. All hail tribal ritualism. – Raoul Hernandez
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