INCITE Unveils Video For New Song “War Soup” Featuring Max Cavalera; Wake Up Dead Full-Length To See Release April 8th On Atomic Fire Records

Photo by Oleg Bogdan

Arizona thrash metallers INCITE today share another appetizer from their forthcoming new full-length, Wake Up Dead, with a visualizer for the track “War Soup.”

The groovy and gritty new track, which focuses on the courage in standing up to bullies, is the first INCITE song ever to feature the vocals of both Richie and Max Cavalera — a historical gathering of heavy metal generations.

Comments singer Richie Cavalera, “Our new jam, ‘War Soup,’ is one of the most kickass songs we’ve ever made! It’s brutal, it’s groovy, and it’s got Max Cavalera ripping vocals with us! Turn it up and headbang your asses off.

“The song is about standing up to bullies, not being pushed around, speaking up, and fighting back. I’ve always been quiet, shy, and too nice and people have taken advantage of me for that, so now I use my voice and my strength, to not be afraid.”

Watch the new visualizer for INCITE’s “War Soup” at THIS LOCATION. Stream it at THIS LOCATION.

View the band’s previously released video for “Deadbeat” at THIS LOCATION.

INCITE’s Wake Up Dead will be released on April 8th via Atomic Fire Records on CD-digipak, black vinyl, limited edition Purple and Black Marble vinyl, and digitally. Find preordering options at THIS LOCATION.

On their five albums The Slaughter (2009), All Out War (2012), Up In Hell (2014), Oppression (2016), and Built To Destroy (2019), INCITE cemented their reputation as one of America’s leading groove armadas, heavily hitting home with their blend of old-school thrash majesty, frantic aggression, melody, skill, and bravado. What began as a band of greenhorns driving around the States in a shitty van, thrashing small clubs, has evolved into a band with the potential, the passion, and the power to become one of groove metal’s biggest acts.

Richie Cavalera – vocals
Eli Santana – guitars
Christopher “EL” Elsten – bass
Lennon Lopez – drums

Artwork by Brian Zellner