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Artwork For New Album Revealed By Cavalera Conspiracy, Lyric Video Released

Cavalera Conspiracy - featuring ex-Sepultura vocalist Max Cavalera (Soulfly) and brother Iggor - recently revealed that the upcoming new album is called "Psychosis" and is set to drop on November 17th via Napalm Records. Today, the band issued the artwork, track listing and the lyric video for the recently dropped single "Insane."

"Psychosis" is considered the most heaviest and hotly anticipated metal record of 2017 and the "Insane" lyric video only shows why. "Let's open the mosh pit and go insane!!!!!!" says Max. Check out the band's new video and go insane right courtesy of Revolver Magazine over at this location, or even easier - just down below the cover artwork in the player below.

"Psychosis" will be available as a CD digi pack, digital download and LP Gatefold edition. Get your hands on a pre-order at this location.

The track listing and artwork can be viewed here:

1. Insane
2. Terror Tactics
3. Impalement Execution
4. Spectral War
5. Crom
6. Hellfire
7. Judas Pariah
8. Psychosis
9. Excruciating

Check out the lyric video for "Insane" here:

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