There's been a mysterious and exciting vibe revolving around the new project launched by Soulfly's Max Cavalera, the Dillinger Escape Plan's Greg Puciato, Mastodon's Troy Sanders and former Mars Volta drummer Dave Elitch. The new band has been dubbed Killer Be Killed, and the group have finally released some juicy details on their 2014 debut album.
There were some eyebrows raised last year when Mastodon's Troy Sanders and Soulfly's Max Cavalera revealed they were working on a project together, and the anticipation level grew once it was revealed that Dillinger Escape Plan frontman Greg Puciato and The Mars Volta's former drummer Dave Elitch were involved as well. With some time for the band to work through the specifics, Puciato has offered an update on their new album progress.
Illegal downloading has singlehandedly been the hottest topic within the music industry throughout the 2000s, but how much does it affect the bands? The question has been asked an endless amount of times, and the answer is different for every band both financially and personally. In response to a recent fan question on the subject, Dillinger Escape Plan vocalist Greg Puciato gave a passionate and somewhat irritable response.
The Dillinger Escape Plan may have the most in-your-face style of metal on the planet, and vocalist Greg Puciato constantly succeeds in backing that up with his performances both in the studio and onstage. With that personal style comes a great deal of honesty from Puciato, as he recently went on a Twitter rant about what he feels are the pitfalls of introducing religion to political discourse.