Is there anyone in rock with as many irons in the fire as Max Cavalera? In the years since his exit from Sepultura, the singer-guitarist initially focused his efforts on Soulfly before expanding his resume in recent years. The rocker has recently added Cavalera Conspiracy and now the supergroup Killer Be Killed to his "to-do" list and he'll be busy with all three acts this year.
When Cavalera Conspiracy return, they will have a new face joining them and a brand new support system behind the scenes. Blabbermouth reports that the group just announced that Converge's Nate Newton has joined the band, taking over for Johny Chow. The band has also inked a deal with Napalm Records.