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Soulfly Announce Summer UK Shows & Tickets

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 Written by Jon Stickler
Soulfly Announce Summer UK Shows & Tickets

Max Cavalera and band have set out three dates in July to support their new album 'Enslaved'.

'Enslaved', Soulfly's eighth studio album, was recorded in late 2011 in Tallcat Studios in Phoenix, Arizona and produced by Zeuss and Max Cavalera. Released in March, it is the first to feature Asesino frontman Tony Campos on bass, and former Borknagar drummer David Kinkade on drums. Guests on the album include Dez Fafara of Coal Chamber and DevilDriver and Travis Ryan of Cattle Decapitation.

New drummer David Kinkade described the new album as like, "Arise on crack". Earlier this year lead single 'World Scum' surfaced as a free download for 48 hours, while another song, 'Gladiator', leaked onto the internet in February.

Soulfly 2012 UK Tour Dates are as follows:

July 4th - Southampton Talking Heads
July 5th - Plymouth White Rabbit
July 6th - Oxford O2 Academy

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