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Review by Gary Hill

I would guess that even the most fervent supporter of modern metal would have to admit that, like most genres, there are a lot of bands who sound like one another. There are far fewer bands with a truly unique sound. Soulfly is definitely such an outfit.

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Interview with Joe Nunez of Soulfly From 2006
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