Soul Society is the seventh full-length studio album recorded by the American alternative metal group Osmosis. The album was released April 2, 2013 under Serj Tankian's Serjical Strike Records; it is Osmosis' major-label debut. The track listing and the album artwork for the record were revealed January 28, 2013.

Track listingEdit

  1. "Have Fear, Aquaman Is Here!" - 4:18
  2. "Medaka-chan, Where Did You Put My Sanity?" - 4:04
  3. "Silver Crows and Black Lotuses" - 2:16
  4. "Cake is a Lie" - 2:29
  5. "The Unbelievable Wrath of Butterflaizen"- 8:53
  6. "Titty Kubo" - 3:34
  7. "Pierce Through the Heavens" - 5:26
  8. "American Kirby's Hardcore" (feat. Mike Patton) - 5:40
  9. "Dead Center" - 4:15
  10. "Find Me in the Rice" - 5:05
  11. "Armstrong Family" - 9:32
  12. "Demon King.... Demon King!?" (feat. Otep Shamaya) - 3:43


  • This album was the first of the band's releases to receive a Parental Advisory sticker, although it isn't exactly the first to contain profanity.
  • The album was also the first to have any accompanying singles.
  • Soul Society included the following samples:
  • Although Corey Farrell plays drums on this album, he did not contribute to all of the tracks; Between the Buried and Me's Blake Richardson appeared on certain songs, while Incubus' Jose Pasillas only contributed to one.
  • It was the last album to feature Shawn Lorelei as Osmosis' lead guitarist; he left the group early in May, and was replaced by Adam Guerilla, who previously contributed to the band's first two full-length albums.



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Music videosEdit

Music video informationEdit

Pierce Through the HeavensEdit

  • Directed by Darren Doane. The music video's setting is at a barren wasteland. It depicts the band performing at that location to a large group of scene girls, nearly all of them (except one: a blue-haired mysterious female with glowing red eyes) participating in various acts of self-deprecation. Throughout the song's video, the ghost who appeared in "I Can Fly!" floats above Osmosis, and also, an enlarged, demented-looking Eye of Providence stays in the background. Between the Buried and Me percussionist Blake Richardson performs and appears in the video as Osmosis' drummer.