|11th track of the album Conquer|
|Genre(s)||Progressive rock, hard rock|
|Composed by||Max Cavalera|
|Produced by||Max Cavalera|
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"Soulfly VI" is the final standard track of the Soulfly album Conquer, released in 2008. It is the final track of the album's standard edition and is the sixth self-titled instrumental track by the band. The progressive melodies of this song resemble that of Steve Vai's album Passion and Warfare. It is unique for self-titled instrumentals to contain hints of metal in it, and the only Soulfly song to date that contains significant influences of hard rock. It is the only eponymous song where four-string guitar is used, which is typical used for non-instrumental Soulfly songs. The rhythms in this song may give many listeners a soothing feeling of like being out in nature.
Since Florida has rich array of nature sounds, Max Cavalera, who's in Florida at that time recording Conquer in the Porch Studio in Orlando, decided to record this instrumental in a swamp near the studio to capture environmental sounds used for background flavoring of this song, especially crickets, which can be heard chirping at the end of this song.
- Max Cavalera – four-string rhythm guitar
- Marc Rizzo – lead guitar, flamenco guitar
- Bobby Burns – bass guitar
- Joe Nuñez – drums
- Max Cavalera – music
- Tim Lau – engineering, recording, digital editing
- Andy Sneap – mixing
- Ted Jensen – mastering
- Max Cavalera – production
Live-only songs on various albums