Soulfly Frontman Max Cavalera Speaks About "Ritual," The Future Of Nailbomb & Killer Be Killed And More
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Over the years of doing interviews for Metal Underground, I've had the pleasure and honour of meeting some of metal's true legends. From Udo Dirkschneider to Geoff Tate and all manner of heroes in between. Last night, I was granted the privilege of speaking with one of Brazil's most famous muscians, Max Cavalera, whose catalogue stretches from Sepultura to Soulfly with a number of projects such as Cavalera Conspiracy, Nailbomb and Killer Be Killed along the way.
Capping off a successful tour of the United Kingdom and with the details of their upcoming new studio album, "Ritual" now out in the open, there was plenty to talk about with Max Cavalera including the new album, the future of Nailbomb and Killer Be Killed and what it's like having your son in your band. You can watch the interview below.
Ollie Hynes has been a writer for Metal Underground.com since 2007 and a metal fan since 2001, going as far as to travel to other countries and continents for metal gigs.
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