Soulfly's sixth offering for Roadrunner Records, Conquer, may very well be the musical equivalent of the movie Braveheart. The songs –much like the warriors in the film- channel raw, unbridled rage through a cacophony of thrash guitars, infectious grooves, tribal polyrhythms and Max Cavalera's unmistakable, thunderous roar. On this record, Soulfly unleash a metallic mayhem unlike anything they've done previously. Conquer shifts from unrelenting, precise speed metal to slow, brooding doom. Marc Rizzo's lead guitar rips with the precision of a smart bomb, while Bobby Burns grinds out volatile, chest-caving bass lines. Drummer Joe Nunez crushes behind the kit, forging a rhythmic background for all-out sonic war. Once again, it's the legendary Max Cavalera who stands at the eye of the storm, uniting the musical tribe and acting as its unofficial leader. His voice and guitar command the tribe into battle with each line and riff. Grab your war paint and prepare for the onslaught.

Lody Kong

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ncite are locked and loaded for a modern thrash revolution.

The Arizona quartet fuses tight, technical shredding and monstrous grooves together on their formidable second full-length release produced by Logan Mader [DevilDriver, Fear Factory, Five Finger Death Punch, Gojira]. Due out fall 2012 on minus HEAD Records, it's brutal, bludgeoning, and bloodthirsty metal.

Singer Richie Cavalera is no stranger to quality heavy music. Immersing himself in the genre as a kid, his destiny was always the stage.In 2004, along with Zak [drums], Dis [guitar], and Luis [bass], Richie formed Incite with that in mind.

Soon after, the band destroyed venues across Europe, Canada, Australia and the United States with everyone from Dillinger Escape Plan to Soulfly, garnering rave reviews from tastemakers such as Kerrang! in the process. The group's 2009 debut, The Slaughter, left an indelible mark on the genre. Revolver called it "thrash that's hard to refuse/resist", and the single "Army of Darkness" hit #31 on the Sirius Metal Charts.

Now, they're bringing everything to a new level with their second full-length. Incite's modern musical assault and battery has been honed and sharpened. It's their time now. You've been warned.

Devil To Pay

Indianapolis-based Devil To Pay are in the process of putting the final touches on their fourth album and looking at a March, 2013 release. The new album, tentatively titled 'Fate is Your Muse', is a collection of hard hitting metaphysical introspection after vocalist-guitarist Steve Janiak's self-described 'epiphany' in 2011. With topics ranging from reincarnation, quantum physics, alternate universes, the illusion of time, and the mystery of consciousness itself, each song is like a window with a different view on reality.

Fusing monstrous Sabbath-like riffs with memorable melodies and intricate instrumental textures, the album takes Devil To Pay to untold levels of musical and lyrical growth. Tracking began late this Summer at Azmyth Studios with Ryan Adkins at the helm, getting the levels just right. The final mixes were turned in to rock n' roll preservationist Tony Reed, at HeavyHead Studios, for final mastering.

In the meantime, Devil To Pay and GloryHole Records will soon be releasing an advance 7" single on red and black colored vinyl, featuring the supercharged "This Train Won't Stop" and the boogie-laden "Tie One On". The record will be available on the GloryHole Records web site and at the band's release party on December 8th at Radio Radio in Indianapolis.

$5.00 - $18.00

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Soulfly with Lody Kong, Incite, Devil To Pay

Sunday, August 11 · Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM at The Vogue

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