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Soulfly’s Max Cavalera and The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Greg Puciato Team Up Again
Soulfly’s Max Cavalera and The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Greg Puciato Team Up Again
Max Cavalera of Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy and Sepultura, fame is known for partnering with a wide array of artists, ranging from Fred Durst to Chino Moreno to even Sean Lennon over the years. On Soulfly's 'Omen,' Cavalera teamed up with The Dillinger Escape Plan's vocal maniac Greg Puciato for the song 'Rise of the Fallen...
Cavalera Conspiracy Walk Through the Gates of Hell in ‘Killing Inside’ — Video Premiere
Cavalera Conspiracy Walk Through the Gates of Hell in ‘Killing Inside’ — Video Premiere
On March 29th, Cavalera Conspiracy will release 'Blunt Force Trauma,' the combo's sophomore album. Lead by Max (Soulfly, ex-Sepultura) and Igor Cavalera (Sepultura), the band plays an in-your-face brand of hardcore-tinged thrash metal that recalls many of the crossover punk bands of the late '80s...
Marc Rizzo Inspired by Touring the World
Marc Rizzo Inspired by Touring the World
When metal guitarist Marc Rizzo plays clubs through the beginning of February, the veteran of bands such as Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy and Sepultura will present a retrospective of his career. "We do everything," Rizzo told Noisecreep. "We play a lot of songs off my last few solo records and some new stuff off my new record that's coming out in January...
Cavalera Conspiracy Thrives Thanks to Low Pressure
Max and Iggor Cavalera released one album, 'Inflikted,' in 2008 under the moniker Cavalera Conspiracy and hope to release another album by next summer once they find time. The brothers -- who were reportedly not on good terms for a decade after Max left their band Sepultura (neither plays with the band they co-founded anymore) -- are both busy with their main commitments, Max with metal band Soulf
Incite Bring ‘The Slaughter’ to the Masses After Years of Preparation
Incite Bring ‘The Slaughter’ to the Masses After Years of Preparation
For Arizona thrash rockers Incite, it's been a long road leading up to their debut album 'The Slaughter,' which hit stores Oct. 20 in the United States and Nov. 3 worldwide. Singer Richie Cavalera, son of Max Cavalera, formed the band in late 2004, but he needed time to let the songs grow and mature before slapping them on a release...

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