Soulfly - Soulfly

7.4 | 236 votes |
Release date: 21 April 1998
Style: Groove thrash metal, Nu metal


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01. Eye For An Eye [feat. Burton C. Bell & Dino Cazares]
02. No Hope = No Fear
03. Bleed [feat. Fred Durst & DJ Lethal]
04. Tribe
05. Bumba [feat. Los Hooligans]
06. First Commandment [feat. Chino Moreno]
07. Bumbklaatt
08. Soulfly
09. Umbabarauma [feat. Los Hooligans]
10. Quilombo [feat. Benji Webbe & DJ Lethal]
11. Fire
12. The Song Remains Insane
13. No [feat. Christian Olde Wolbers]
14. Prejudice [feat. Benji Webbe]
15. Karmageddon
16. Cangaceiro [Limited Edition bonus]
17. Ain't No Feeble Bastard [Discharge cover] [Limited Edition bonus]
18. The Possibility Of Life's Destruction [Discharge cover] [Limited Edition bonus]

Additional info
* Rob Agnello - Engineer
* Jackson Bandeira - Guitar
* Mario Caldato Jr. - Producer, Mixing
* Max Cavalera - Guitar, Vocals, Berimbau, Group Member
* Steffan Chirazi - Reissue Liner Notes
* Monte Conner - Reissue Producer, A&R
* Marcelo Dias - Bass, Group Member
* Anders Dohn - Producer
* Kevin Estrada - Reissue Producer, Reissue Photography
* Steven Hartong - Assistant
* Chuck Johnson - Engineer
* Richard Kaplan - Engineer
* Jo Kirchherr - Cover Photo
* Glen LaFerman - Photography
* Jacob Langkilde - Engineer
* Logan Mader - Guitar, Group Member
* George Marino - Mastering
* Roy Mayorga - Drums, Group Member
* Larry McDonald - Conga
* Christy Priske - Photography
* Marcello D. Rapp - Bass
* Ross Robinson - Producer, Mixing
* Mike Roper - Label Design
* Steve Sisco - Mixing
* Jan Sneum - Executive Producer
* Paul Stottler - Label Design
* Jorge Du Peixe and Gilmar Bolla Oito appear on tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,14
* Chuck Johnson appears on tracks 8, 15

Produced by Ross Robinson
Mixed by Andy Wallace/Ross Robinson
Co-Producd and Mixed by Mario Caldato Jr.
Mixed by Recorded at Indigo Ranch, Malibu, CA
Engineered by Richard Kaplan
Second Engineers: Chuck Johnson and Rob Angello
Mixed at Soundtrack Studios, New York, NY
Mix Engineer: Steve Sisco
Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound, New York, NY
A&B: Monte Conner

Guest review by
Of course most people know Soulfly's front man Max Cavalera came from his former project Sepultura. Soulfly's self-titled debut really shows that it is Max Cavalera's band, as he projects all of his new found anger and he also really explores tribal music from his native Brazil as was started in Sepultura's later albums "Chaos A.D." and "Roots".

published 07.07.2008 | Comments (9)

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02.02.2010 - 22:33
The great lich
One of the best albums that I have...I think the best track is No hope=No fear
everyone who likes sepultura with max will like this album coz maybe its better than roots of sepultura... ..
03.02.2010 - 15:08
A lot of people say it's THE Soulfly and yes it's better than Roots, but i prefer Prophecy, Dark Ages and Conquer
What doesn't kill you makes you stronger and bitter...
03.02.2010 - 18:12
Rating: 7
It's one of my least favorite Soulfly albums.. I don't say it's bad, but comparing to Prophecy, Dark Ages, Conquer and Primitive, it's in a lower place in my list of favorite albums of Soulfly.. Though I really liked Eye For an Eye in the album..
20.02.2010 - 23:56
The great lich
Yeah, your right....Dark ages and Conquer and Prophecy are better ... ..
27.09.2017 - 23:28
et tal y cual
"Soulfly" (the eponym, eponymous music) is my favorite music from that album.

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