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Watch Pro Video of Soulfly At Rock In Rio, Portugal

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Check out some professionally filmed video footage of SOULFLY’s performance at the Rock In Rio festival in Lisbon, Portugal:

Source: UVTV

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1. RTB writes:

Soulfly from what ive seen on video is one of those great festival bands, the music keeps you moving the entire set, and fans of the masses thrive on it...if only it was sepultura up there, it would have been 10 times more chaiotic.....according to max a reunion almost happend last year but good ol andreas got greedy/money hungry and shot that idea down before it could get off the ground.....damn shame, one of the greatest thrash bands ever....sepultura

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2. Fireseed writes:

I'm a Big Sepultura fan, and Andreas has never said he would go ahead with a reunion tour with max.
Max was out of the band for 13-14 years now.
SO if this was indeed true, how is turning down that idea being greedy? if u think about it, i think sepultura wuld make more money if they did a reunion tour. But sepultura is doin just fine without max

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3. 50bmg writes:

Cavalera Conspiracy was so awesome! Max and Igor tore sh** up and Dillinger Escape Plan as an opener, killed. Soulfly shows are nuts!

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