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Release date: 25 May 2010
Style: Groove thrash metal

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7.6 | 166 votes

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Disc I [CD]
01. Bloodbath & Beyond
02. Rise Of The Fallen [feat.Greg Puciato]
03. Great Depression
04. Lethal Injection [feat. Tommy Victor]
05. Kingdom
06. Jeffrey Dahmer
07. Off With Their Heads
08. Vulture Culture
09. Mega-Doom
10. Counter Sabotage
11. Soulfly VII
12. Four Sticks [Led Zeppelin cover]
13. Refuse/Resist [Sepultura cover]
14. Your Life, My Life [Excel cover]

Disc II [deluxe edition DVD Live at the With Full Force Festival, Germany - July 3, 2009]
01. Blood Fire War Hate
02. Sanctuary
03. Prophecy
04. Back To The Primitive
05. Seek 'N' Strike
06. Living Sacrifice
07. Enemy Ghost
08. Refuse/Resist
09. Doom
10. L.O.T.M.
11. Molotov
12. Drums
13. Warmageddon
14. Policia
15. Unleash
16. Roots Bloody Roots
17. Eye For An Eye
+ Unleash [video]

Review
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Max Cavalera has traditionally been one of the most prolific people in metal, churning out new albums not only with his main bands Sepultura and Soulfly but also with numerous side projects and guest appearances. All of this activity really seems to be taking its toll - with Omen it seems that Max is really tired, worn out and devoid of new ideas.

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published 14.06.2010 | Comments (14)

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Scourge - 05.02.2010 at 01:52  
  Fuckin cant wait!!! i didnt have any fucking clue about this!!!!
Amatsu Mikaboshi - 23.02.2010 at 17:27  
  Jesus Christ....

As much as I love and respect Max Cavalera and of how Dark Ages was his best since Chaos A.D. Feels wierd that after songs with Fred Durst and other nu-metal singers are now straight-up songs about Jeffrey Dahmer.
Angelic Storm - 22.04.2010 at 05:37  
 
Written by Amatsu Mikaboshi on 23.02.2010 at 17:27

Jesus Christ....

As much as I love and respect Max Cavalera and of how Dark Ages was his best since Chaos A.D. Feels wierd that after songs with Fred Durst and other nu-metal singers are now straight-up songs about Jeffrey Dahmer.


Max Cavalera is a trend follower, or thats certainly how it seems. Now that thrash and associated lyrical topics are popular again, he's started making stuff like that again. "Jeffrey Dahmer" is actually a great song, despite the terrible lyrics! Max has definitely dumbed down his lyrics ever since ''Roots'', which is a shame. If he had done a song about Jeffrey Dahmer with Sepultura around the ''Arise'', ''Chaos AD'' era, Im sure the lyrics would have been a lot better! Tom Araya wrote much better lyrics about the subject with ''213''. They were genuinely menacing, Max's lyrics on Soulfly's Jeffrey Dahmer song are just stupid
H-metal - 22.04.2010 at 20:45  
Rating: 9 Enjoying this album even more each time I listen to it.
Recommended, for sure.
Amatsu Mikaboshi - 25.04.2010 at 19:04  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 22.04.2010 at 05:37

Written by Amatsu Mikaboshi on 23.02.2010 at 17:27

Jesus Christ....

As much as I love and respect Max Cavalera and of how Dark Ages was his best since Chaos A.D. Feels wierd that after songs with Fred Durst and other nu-metal singers are now straight-up songs about Jeffrey Dahmer.


Max Cavalera is a trend follower, or thats certainly how it seems. Now that thrash and associated lyrical topics are popular again, he's started making stuff like that again. "Jeffrey Dahmer" is actually a great song, despite the terrible lyrics! Max has definitely dumbed down his lyrics ever since ''Roots'', which is a shame. If he had done a song about Jeffrey Dahmer with Sepultura around the ''Arise'', ''Chaos AD'' era, Im sure the lyrics would have been a lot better! Tom Araya wrote much better lyrics about the subject with ''213''. They were genuinely menacing, Max's lyrics on Soulfly's Jeffrey Dahmer song are just stupid


Now after just hearing that song alot of what you said now makes even more sense. Just like what I did with Conquer, I doubt that I will be getting this a year around after it's initial release. Yet honestly, everything I have heard from Omen so far has greatly ceased to amaze me. "213" is one of the most disturbing songs that I can think of right now, and only just finishing the Brian Masters novel "The Shrine of Jeffrey Dahmer" does the lyrics come into relevence over his victims and acts. I don't think that Cavalera has honestly created any thoughtful lyrics since Chaos A.D., all of it now just comprises of just catchiness.
DemonZ - 13.05.2010 at 04:12  
  Lyrics or not this is a solid album
Uirapuru - 27.05.2010 at 19:23  
  Horrible so far... it seems to get closer and closer to some kind of ''modern fancy thrashcore''.

Max's early works (Primitive, 3) were not perfect but at least I respected his balls by attempting new sounds and making experiences. But turns out he is just like Angelic Storm said... a goddamn trend follower.

This is thrashy/groove garbage, worst than modern Sepultura if I dare.
Elyar S. - 07.06.2010 at 06:17  
Rating: 8 Absolutely creative, liked it so much. @Uirapuru, really dont feel that its as shiny as your world: Modern

something, last song (Soulfly VII) is written by Satriani or Max? liked it so much
terrorist - 08.06.2010 at 10:40  
Rating: 8 Like it!
Uirapuru - 08.06.2010 at 10:46  
 
Written by Elyar S. on 07.06.2010 at 06:17

Absolutely creative, liked it so much.


Seriously? Im having trouble to find something creative about this... even when not comparing it with previous releases...

What exacly is the creative part?
Elyar S. - 08.06.2010 at 11:10  
Rating: 8
Written by Uirapuru on 08.06.2010 at 10:46

Written by Elyar S. on 07.06.2010 at 06:17

Absolutely creative, liked it so much.


Seriously? Im having trouble to find something creative about this... even when not comparing it with previous releases...

What exacly is the creative part?

first of all Im not starting a challenge here but if you want to know what is creative go and listen to guitar sounds. I dont think if this album sounds like ''Conquer'' do you? btw I liked Conquer so much too.
Uirapuru - 08.06.2010 at 11:17  
 
Written by Elyar S. on 08.06.2010 at 11:10

Written by Uirapuru on 08.06.2010 at 10:46

Written by Elyar S. on 07.06.2010 at 06:17

Absolutely creative, liked it so much.


Seriously? Im having trouble to find something creative about this... even when not comparing it with previous releases...

What exacly is the creative part?

first of all Im not starting a challenge here but if you want to know what is creative go and listen to guitar sounds. I dont think if this album sounds like ''Conquer'' do you? btw I liked Conquer so much too.


No, its not like Conquer, but that does not make it creative. Max has simply passed from an mid-paced groove/hardcorish WITH (little) experimental features, to a mid-paced groove/hardcorish album with NONE experimental features...

Hell.. not even my ever favorite and traditional ''Soulfly'' track saved Omen...
Elyar S. - 08.06.2010 at 11:18  
Rating: 8 @Uirapuru, when someone says its Modern, it means it has something new, at least it sounds like that to me.
Uirapuru - 08.06.2010 at 11:27  
 
Written by Elyar S. on 08.06.2010 at 11:18

@Uirapuru, when someone says its Modern, it means it has something new, at least it sounds like that to me.


Ahmmm.. I see...

Well. that was totally not what I meant.

I mean modern in a depreciatory way, being that in my opinion Max is reproducing what many groove/thrash metal bands of nowdays are playing, following the trend that is currently a commercial ''success''.

Soulfly is far from a Modern revolutionary sound(the good modern) being that is not even original among its own genre.
Elyar S. - 08.06.2010 at 11:46  
Rating: 8 But Im not into Mainstream music and when he can make me feel good about his music, it means its not just Commercial, I said just because even underground musicians want to gain money. I know a lot of musicians who has exit from their original band and couldnt achieve any success after that, but Max did it not once not twice! Sepultura, Nailbomb, Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy. But a Musician cant please everybody for sure.

Edit: Slash is one of those musicians I think.
atrox - 14.06.2010 at 09:16  
Rating: 6 To me it sounds just boring.. like I've heard it all already.
Sepulnation - 21.07.2010 at 05:35  
Rating: 7 I like this album, but I think that Omen is very simple: short songs & simple lyrics. We're waiting a masterpiece like Arise or Chaos A.D. because Max is more creative... effort!
musicalkaratekid - 16.01.2012 at 01:55  
Rating: 9 Nice album, nothing new, just the same old soulfly formula, which i like.

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