|10th track of the album Ritual (2018)|
|Composed by||Max Cavalera|
|Produced by||Josh Wilbur|
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|"Soulfly"-titled song series|
|I · II · III · IV · V · VI · VII · VIII · IX · X · XI|
"Soulfly XI" is the closing track of the album Ritual. This song is flavored with a saxophone performed by Mark Damon of Pretty Reckless as well as acoustics reminiscent of Metallica song "One" or "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)". The song begins with Planet Caravan style of stoner ballad. It is unique that this song has no drums but programming beats reminiscent of Massive Attack in a song that is comparable to King Crimson.
Regarding the saxophone in this song, Max Cavalera spoken to LouderSound, "Marc put his guitar on it and then we have the saxophone as icing on the cake. It is the saxophone that holds everything together. I think it's a great closure, as the Sabbath did with Mob Rules and Heaven and Hell."
At 3:23, this is the shortest song of all of the Soulfly-titled instrumentals.
- Mark Damon – saxophone
- Max Cavalera – music
- Josh Wilbur – engineering, recording, mixing, production
- Nick Rowes – engineering, programming
- Josh Brooks – engineering
- Lana Migliore – assistant engineering
- Jeff Sinclair – assistant engineering
- Kyle McAulay – assistant engineering
- Brad Blackwood – mastering
Live-only songs on various albums