SOULFLY's MARC RIZZO Posts Two New Solo Tracks

SOULFLY guitarist Marc Rizzo has added two more songs from his upcoming solo album "The Ultimate Devotion", which is due on July 31 through Shrapnel Records in the U.S. and Mascot Records throughout Europe. You can hear "The Riddle of Steel" and "Angelina Song" as well as the previously released vocal track "All for Nothing" at

As previously reported, Marc will host and perform at a record-release party for "The Ultimate Devotion" on Tuesday, July 31 at the Musicians Institute of Technology located at 1655 N. McCadden Pl., Hollywood, CA. All MI students are welcome. In addition, 75 pairs of tickets are being given away for free to the public if you send an email to [email protected] Please include "G.I.T. Tickets" in the subject box.

Marc is currently in the studio with the Dirty Icon production team (Logan Mader and Lucas Banker) laying down tracks for the newly announced project featuring Max and Igor Cavalera alongside Joe Duplantier of GOJIRA.


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