Cavalera Conspiracy — the outfit headed by Sepultura's co-founding brothers Max and Iggor Cavalera — are gearing up to release their fourth album, Psychosis, on November 17th via Napalm. After premiering its punishing first single "Insane" earlier this month, the brothers Cavalera have let go of another track off the upcoming LP: a gnarled, groove-metal stomper by the name of "Spectral War." You can pre-order Psychosis here.
Produced by Arthur Rizk (Code Orange, Power Trip, Inquisition), Psychosis finds Cavalera Conspiracy drawing from all corners of the underground, not to mention their own past. Max described the record in a recent interview with Revolver thusly: "It's got everything, man. We have songs that sound like [the first Sepultura full-length, 1986's] Morbid Visions and [1989's] Beneath the Remains. There's the thrash element of [1991's] Arise. And then there's new stuff on there that sounds like the stuff we enjoy right now, like Full of Hell, Nails and Godflesh."