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Go Ahead and Die: Hear Cavalera Supergroup's Sludgy New Song "Roadkill"

Featuring Max and son Igor Amadeus, plus Khemmis' Zach Coleman

Revolver has an exclusive splatter vinyl variant of Go Ahead and Die's new self-titled debut album. It's limited to 300 so get yours before they're gone!

Go Ahead and Die, the new death-thrash supergroup featuring Brazilian metal pioneer Max Cavalera, his son Igor Amadeus and Khemmis drummer Zach Coleman, have unleashed another crusher from their upcoming self-titled debut. 

Following previous singles, "Truckload Full of Bodies" and "Toxic Freedom," this new rager is called "Roadkill" and it's another beastly stomper from the Cavalera clan. The six-and-a-half-minute track has more of a sludge vibe for the first two-thirds of its runtime, but it eventually breaks into furious blast beats that bring it up to death-metal speed. Listen above via YouTube.

Go Ahead and Die's self-titled debut full-length is due out on June 11th via Nuclear Blast. You can grab Revolver's exclusive splatter vinyl edition via our shop.