Death metal legends Dying Fetus struck down Overkill in last week's Death Match, beginning to carve their way towards the Death Match Hall of Fame. However, the band will face a very worthy adversary in Soulfly and their single 'World Scum.'

From their 2012 release 'Enslaved,' Soulfly took their music into a much heavier realm, with 'World Scum' accurately representing that change. Brazilian metal icon and Soulfly frontman Max Cavalera recently spoke about the concept of their latest album in a recent interview with Loudwire.

"It was heavily influenced by death metal music and the topic," says Cavalera. "Most of the songs were about slavery. It’s a strong topic -- I think it’s a real hardcore topic -- not many bands touch it so it was kind of original."

Can Dying Fetus destroy their opponents yet again? Or will Soulfly wax away their competition? The choice belongs to you. Vote for your favorite track in the poll below!

Dying Fetus, 'Subjected to a Beating'
Soulfly, 'World Scum'

 

 

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Two bands fight to the death each week. The triumphant band goes on to compete in the next Death Match. If a band wins four straight Death Matches, its song will be honored as immortal in the Loudwire Death Match Hall of Fame.