Metal Supergroup Killer Be Killed, featuring such legends as Max Cavalera (Soulfly/ex-Sepultura), Ben Koller (Converge/Mutoid Man), Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan/The Black Queen) and Troy Sanders (Mastodon/Gone Is Gone), announce one of the year’s most anticipated heavy releases, confirming the Nov. 20 arrival of the all-star band’s sophomore album, Reluctant Hero (Nuclear Blast Records). The news comes as the foursome shares the first single from the 11-song album, debuting “Deconstructing Self-Destruction” which you can hear now. Pre-orders are also live at the link below. Continue reading →
Metal legend Max Cavalera, famous for his many bands such as founding Sepultura, Soulfly, Nailbomb, Cavalera Conspiracy, and Killer Be Killed and more has shared episode 3 of his “Max Trax web series. The third “Max Trax” episode, focusing on the Soulfly track “Rise Of The Fallen”, from the 2010 album “Omen”, can be seen below.
Metal legend Max Cavalera, famous for his many bands such as founding Sepultura, Soulfly, Nailbomb, Cavalera Conspiracy, and Killer Be Killed and more has announced the launch of “Max Trax”, a twice-weekly Internet video series in which he will discuss the inspiration for many of the songs spanning his nearly 40-year music career. Cavalera shared the news of his online project in a video message posted to Soulfly social media earlier today.Continue reading →
In a new interview with That Metal Interview, Max Cavalera has revealed that he and his brother Igor are planning a new US leg of their popular “Return Beneath Arise’ tour of their Sepultura classics, performing selections from Beneath The Remains and Arise (both Roadrunner Records). Previously they toured behind a “Return To Roots” tour performing all of that album. According to Max, these tours have taken the place of Cavalera Conspiracy albums and tours for now. In a 2019 interview with Ghost Cult (seen.below), Max told us that he has many musical projects in the works, including further Cavalera conspiracy albums. Continue reading →
Toxic Holocaust his hitting the road starting tonight, as direct support for metal legends Soulfly. The six-week tour will cover three-dozen cities and additional support will come from X-Method, Madzilla, Skinflint, and Systemhouse 33. Led by mastermind Joel Grind, Toxic Holocaust is touring in support of their 2019 album Primal Future, released in October via Entertainment One (“eOne”). Continue reading →
Jinjer has got to be right up there when it comes to the busiest bands in all of hard music today. Just examining their 2019 schedule leads me to notice that they kicked things off with the Micro EP, toured Europe, launched their first headlining North American run this Fall and somehow still found studio time to assemble their fourth proper LP Macro (Napalm Records) just in time for another Euro trek. Don’t know how they do it, but nothing but respect for our Ukrainian friends even if our president is a vile pig monster who tried extorting you guys for political gain. Continue reading →
Arriving at Le Poisson Rouge early in the for the combined Soulfly / Unearth / Evergrey team up tour date, we were pumped to see such an intimate venue host such a diverse night of music. We hung out early, interviewed a bunch of bands on the bill and generally got psyched for a night of different kinds of metal under one banner.
Canadian metalcore band Arrival of Autumn currently n tour with Soulfly, Unearth, and Prison, will spend the fall back in the USA this fall opening for In Flames and RED on tour. The bands’ new album Harbinger is out now via Nuclear Blast Records. Continue reading →
Now in its nineteenth year, the annual metal pilgrimage to Bloodstock Open Air at Catton Hall in Derbyshire was joined this year by a very special, but highly unstable, guest.
Yes, I know it’s England in August, and we should be more than accustomed to inconsistent weather conditions, but this really was something else. Tents too hot to be inside one moment were waterlogged the next. People soaked to the skin by sudden, torrential downpours were suffering sunburn minutes later. Grass turned to mud, mud became rivers, and the unprecedented winds would go on to cause problems all of their own.Continue reading →
Corey Taylor has confirmed in a new interview with Eddie Trunk that he is very likely to make his debut solo album in 2021. The project will take him away from Slipknot and Stone Sour. Up to now Taylor has only toured occasionally as a solo act, put out a few singles, and of course guested with many other artists ranging from Soulfly, Apocalyptica, Dream Theater, Korn to Code Orange and more. Taylor told Trunk:Continue reading →