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Below is our complete Soulfly news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Soulfly have once again tapped Terry Date (Deftones, dredg, White Zombie) to mix their forthcoming new album, which is tentatively expected out in August via Roadrunner. More on that can be found in a recent interview with band frontman Max Cavalera located here. As previously reported, Soulfly's live DVD effort "The Song Remains Insane" will hit stores on March 01st.
This March, God Forbid will begin their final round of touring in support of their critically acclaimed and highly successful "Gone Forever" album. The band will first serve as direct support to Soulfly for a string of East Coast dates, followed by a headlining stint in the U.K. This will lead immediately into their first U.S. headlining tour, which also features Caliban, It Dies Today and Full Blown Chaos. The four-week trek, which runs through April, includes a stop at the esteemed New England Metal And Hardcore Fest.
The group will proceed to enter the studio in May to begin recording their highly anticipated new album, "IV:Constitution Of Treason," with Jason Suecof (Trivium) at Audiohammer Studios and Eric Rachel (Atreyu, Dillinger Escape Plan) at Trax East. The album is tentatively set for a fall 2005 release.
Doc Coyle (guitars, vocals) checks in with the following report: More...
Rising from the ashes of his former group, Max Cavalera and Soulfly burst onto the metal scene almost a decade ago with abrasive guitars, pounding rhythms and a primal guttural roar sounding their arrival. Elements of thrash, hip-hop, reggae and world beats collide and blend on record to create a sound that is engaging, unique and unmistakably Soulfly. But those albums are just a part of the equation - to see Soulfly live to see them at their best and this DVD does just that.
"The Song Remains Insane" is an all-access journey with Soulfly captured live around the world throughout their career. Complete with all of the band's videos, over an hour of live footage, interviews with Max Cavalera and much more, "The Song Remains" Insane is like a concrete exclamation point to the undeniable hard rock statement that is Soulfly.
"The Song Remains Insane" DVD includes: More...
ABLOOM, the Los Angeles-based group featuring former SOULFLY members Mikey Doling (guitar, ex-SNOT), Marcelo Dias (bass), and Roy Mayorga (drums), have parted ways with vocalist Jasan Radford (ONESIDEZERO). The group, who are currently unsigned, are seeking a replacement.
Soulfly have enlisted Terry Date (Deftones, Pantera) to mix their upcoming new album which they have been recording as of late. A release through Roadrunner in the spring is expected. In related news, band bassist Bobby Burns will be hitting the studio early next month to produce new material for KY-based band 7daysun.
Soulfly began recording their new album yesterday in an Arizona area studio. Band frontman Max Cavalera is producing the effort with a spring/summer release date through Roadrunner being planned. In the meantime, the band will release their new DVD effort "The Song Remains Insane" through Roadurnner on January 25th.
A number of Soulfly/Morbid Angel North American tour dates have been revealed:
February 5 - San Antonio, TX @ Sunset Station
February 6 - Dallas, TX @ Trees
February 8 - Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
February 10 - Los Angeles, CA @ Key Club
February 11 - Los Angeles, CA @ Key Club
February 12 - Santa Ana, CA @ Galaxy Theatre
February 15 - Seattle, WA @ Showbox
February 22 - Chicago, IL @ House Of Blues
February 23 - Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
February 24 - Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
February 25 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Trocadero
February 26 - Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
February 27 - New York, NY @ B.B. King Blues Club
February 28 - New York, NY @ B.B. King Blues Club
MORBID ANGEL's manager, Gunter Ford of World Management, Inc. has confirmed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET that MORBID ANGEL and SOULFLY will be embarking on a U.S. co-headlining tour in February. "[It will be] just a two-band bill to give both bands a great chance to play a good-quality set and show for the fans," Ford said. "And yes, because of the success and great time everyone had in South America with South American fans and those shows, David [Vincent, bass/vocals] is doing these shows [with MORBID ANGEL]. We did this years ago with SEPULTURA in Europe and had a great time together. Max [Cavalera, SOULFLY/ex-SEPULTURA frontman] and Gloria [Max's wife/manager] are longtime friends."
So far, these are the only three confirmed dates for the trek:
Feb. 22 - Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Feb. 27 – New York, NY @ B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
Feb. 28 - New York, NY @ B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
Spanning the spectrum of complete-and-in-stores and it's-in-the-works, Roadrunner Records have an ecard especially made for their current and upcoming DVDs. Chimaira, Ill Nino, Soulfly, Slipknot. Check it out here.
ABLOOM have posted up brand new music, courtesy of the Zippo Music tour. The song 'Blood, Sweat, and Tears', can be found here. Abloom are largely made up of former Soulfly and Onesidezero members.
Soulfly's plans to hit the road in November have been derailed as frontman Max Cavalera is suffering from a leg injury. As previously reported, the group's DVD release "The Song Remains Insane" is expected out on January 11th through Roadrunner.
Roadrunner Records is releasing the long-awaited MTV2 Headbangers Ball Volume 2 Compilation this Tuesday. 40 tracks from 40 of the hottest acts in mainstream heavy metal and in the underground, for one low price. Who needs the radio, when you have this awesome play list to pop in the CD player. MTV has put up a full preview of the album, which you can access by clicking here
Due to a few circumstances this took longer then expected to put online, and I apologize to all for that, but without further delay here is the show review: More...
ILL NINO have reportedly dropped off the remaining dates on the SOULFLY U.S. tour following an altercation between current SOULFLY guitarist Marc Rizzo (ex-ILL NINO) and ILL NINO frontman Cristian Machado after the two bands' joint appearance in Royal Oak, MI this past Sunday (Sept. 5). According to several eyewitness accounts, the fight erupted as a result of onstage remarks made by Machado denouncing bands with "rock star" attitudes — comments which were believed to have been directed at SOULFLY. Rizzo reportedly confronted Machado behind the club's backstage area where the ILL NINO bus was parked and physically attacked the singer until the two were separated. An official statement from Roadrunner Records regarding the matter is expected later today (Sept. 8). One fan's unsubstantiated account of what transpired Sunday night can be found at this location. Cristian's version of the incident (as reported by a friend) can be found here.
Norway's Imhotep 'zine recently asked more than 60 heavy metal and hard rock musicians to answer the following question regarding the current political situation in the world:
What's your opinion on the rising tide of the anti-American sentiment around the world and to what would you attribute this?
Among the musicians that took part in this "survey" were the following: More...
French metalcore act Kaizen have nearly completed the songwriting process for their second full-length album and are planning on entering the studio in November/December to begin recording the effort. The follow up to 2003's "Clear the Path" will contain nine or ten songs and will be released in early 2005 on XIIIbis Records.
In other related news, Soulfly's Max Cavalera recently had kind words to say about Kaizen during an interview with the French magazine Hard n' Heavy. The entire article (in French) can be viewed at this location.
Also on the Kaizen-related front, the band's lead singer, Johann Porcher, is currently editing a movie (entitled "Go West") he directed and shot in the United States this summer.
Soulfly guitarist Marc Rizzo has released an instrumental CD, which is available through his website www.marcrizzo.com. The CD contains guest appearances from members of Soulfly, Coretez, Ill Nino, and 3 Kings.
Soulfly's management is apologizing for their non- performance in Window Rock this weekend. The band enraged audiences when they abruptly canceled a gig and then refused to return to take the stage during a metal festival (see related story).
Publicist Jamie Roberts sent a statement to the Native American Times in response to an account that posted on our website Monday.
“SOULFLY would like to issue an apology to our fans in Window Rock, AZ for the last-minute postponement of the show at Dean C Jackson Memorial Arena. We did not want to postpone the show, but had to, due to numerous problems with the production as well as the weather conditions. We have every intention of coming back to the area and making it up to all who came out to see us as soon as possible,” Roberts stated.
Promoter Randall Hoskie, a 33-year-old Navajo from Window Rock, said that band still pocketed the $5,000 advance before departing for another gig in Tempe.
Soulfly manager Gloria Cavalera said there were problems with the show from the promoter’s end, including inadequate preparation for weather problems.
" There were a lot of production requirements he didn't do," Cavalera said. " We postponed the show because the weather was unpredictable. We were straight up told we could not put up our equipment. The whole sky was black and there was just a tiny bit of light coming through.” She also criticized Hoskie for not providing the band with catered food.
As far as the money goes, Cavalera said that Hoskie gave the band a “deposit,” and that the cash is currently in the possession of the band’s booking agent.
"I guess [Hoskie] has to let the booking agent know if he is going to rebook the show,” she said.
MTV2’s Headbanger’s Ball and Revolver magazine are teaming up to bring you the Best Metal Videos of the New Millennium (so far) picked by you. So put your pedal to the metal and vote for your favorite video here. Then, catch the two-hour premiere Saturday, August 21 at 10 PM during Headbanger’s Ball, on MTV2. Plus check out the final list in the October issue of Revolver.
Videos you can vote for: More...
Rick Abasta of NativeTimes.com is reporting that SOULFLY cancelled their previously announced appearance at the Window Rock Fest II in Window Rock, Arizona on Saturday (August 14) because of a brief shower of rain early Saturday evening.
SOULFLY's decision to cancel their appearance at the festival doesn't bode well with the festival organizer, Randall Hoskie of Rancid Savage Productions, especially the seemingly deceitful method the band chose to leave the venue.
"They told my stage manager they were going to shower up and get ready," Hoskie said Sun. night. "I tried to find them and kept calling. I finally got a hold of them and their manager said the band decided not to have the show."
Christina Winters, manager for SOULFLY, called Hoskie from the freeway and said the band was traveling to their next tour stop and would not perform in Window Rock.
The Window Rock promoter was stunned from the news and fought back anger. More...
Read the full article at NativeTimes.com.