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  • This song features and was co-written by Napalm Death guitarist Mitch Harris. "It was an honor for me to finally collaborate on a song with Max and Co," he said. "It's something we've been talking about for the last 9 years."

    "I've always felt like part of the Cavalera extended family," continued Harris, "and for me it was a truly uplifting, comforting and memorable experience after say 26 years or so. We ran through all the takes together, trying to capture the carnal energy, the push and pull between force and action. Friction, charisma, and something true directing the sole intent of the message, that was my general angle on it."

    "Art and expression are about capturing the moment," he concluded, "the essence of a connection between like-minded souls, expanding on concise ideas that start small and end up big."

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