Generally favorable reviews- based on 5 Ratings
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Nov 12, 2013Soulfly return to form after their last two efforts left little to be desired. The approach this time is a more progressive, sometimes more psychedelic one, that when paired with Soulfly's trademark thrash/groove/tribal/world music sound sends forth an unrelenting behemoth of an album.
With cameos by Napalm Death's Mitch Harris and Clutch's Neil Fallon to name but a few Savages boats a lot more diversity and momentum shifts than their more recent past efforts (and unsurprisingly most modern metal albums of late) have.
Whether you are a fan of the genre or a fan of Max Cavalera's work, or you crave a little more diversity and originality from your thrash/groove metal bands, this album is definitely worth a listen.
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