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First of all, how great it is to hear the Cavalera brothers playing together again. Long time guys! Anyway. I really loved this album. Heavy, Intelligent, angry and personal. I'm not hearing alot of Sepultura but there is alot of Soulfly. For those who know, Nailbomb is represented too. Songs like terrorize, inflikted, sanctuary and bloodbrawl are great examples of Soulfly. Gojira comes through in the song Ultra violent. Nailbomb fans will love Hex and Nevertrust. The only glimpse of Sepultura is on hearts of darkness which might be able to find itself on the roots album. Buy the bonus track version!!

Really Good Album

First off, it's really good to see the brothers get back together again. One can see that the reunion has energized them and caused them to write and record a superb record. Very powerful, with memorable hooks, infecteous grooves, burstling speed, and just sheer fun. All the tracks are very good, but the true standout id Ultra-Violent. Duplintier's cintribution to the songwriting really provides a strong basis for a memorable song. It is really intriguing to hear him belt his heart along side Max, and Iggor's drumming is phenemenol. To be devil's advocate though, I will say this: Max's lyrics (at least for some songs) tend to get bogged down in repetetiveness and profanity for profanity's sake. I miss his somewhat stronger lyrical structure in Chaos A.D. or Arise for that matter. I beleive out of all the bandmates he worked with, Andreas Kisser as the better lyricist. Another issue I want to declare is Mark Rizzo. While a very talented and unique guitar player (and I believe he comes into his own this record), it bothers me when someone says he easily replaces Kisser. Kisser is am orginal and formidable guitar player. Without him, Rizzo would not be where he is today because he is student of Kisser, but not Kisser. He lacks the depth and soul Kisser possesses as guitar player, he is merely borrowing licks and riffs from what Kisser produced in the early nineties or even now. In saying, this record is not Arise or Beneath the Remains part 2. It is just a fun, unique Metal record. Anyways, this record is a great listen for heavy metal fans who just want to have a good time. It is a unique project and definetly up there for best metal releases of the year. Cheers to the Cavalera brothers for a bang up job!

They're back!!!

Best album featuring the Cavalera brothers together since... Roots! This release features an energy and freshness that I was hoping for when it was announced that they'd be working on a record again. Solid from beginning to end with strong musicianship, they really pour their hearts into it. Looking forward for more from them.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Brazilian death/thrash metal act Cavalera Conspiracy originally formed in 2006 as Inflikted, around the talents of ground breaking metal juggernaut Sepultura siblings Max Cavalera (vocals and guitar) and drummer Igor Cavalera, guitarist Marc Rizzo (Soulfly), and bassist Joe Duplantier (Gojira), but changed the name to Cavalera Conspiracy for legal reasons. The band's debut for Roadrunner Records, Inflikted, arrived on March 25, 2008. The band took a brief break as the Cavalera brothers returned to...
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Inflikted (Bonus Tracks Version), Cavalera Conspiracy
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal, Death Metal/Black Metal, Alternative
  • Released: Mar 24, 2007
  • Parental Advisory

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