Max also spoke to us about the album's heaviness, the record's thrash and groove elements, the inspiration behind 'Bonsai Kamikaze' and much more.
Max gets extremely personal, from his father's death, struggles with poverty growing up, the passing of Max's stepson and much more.
Max Cavalera is a man of many bands -- Soulfly, Killer Be Killed, Cavalera Conspiracy -- but he's also keeping busy these days with another interesting project. Cavalera was commissioned to create some music for ESPN's coverage of the World Cup.
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.
Yes! We've just been gifted with a new episode of 'Cooking Hostile,' where a cartoon Philip Anselmo teaches you how to concoct delicious recipes while screaming at your face. Additionally, the third episode of 'Cooking Hostile' features animated appearances from Tool's Maynard James Keenan, Crowbar's Kirk Windstein, Meshuggah's Jens Kidman + more.
Killer Be Killed, a group consisting of Dillinger Escape Plan vocalist Greg Puciato, Sepultura / Soulfly legend Max Cavalera, Mastodon frontman Troy Sanders and former Mars Volta drummer David Elitch, has finally revealed the track listing, cover art and release date of the band's debut album. The self-titled disc is scheduled to hit shelves on May 13 via Nuclear Blast Records.
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.
Former Sepultura and current Soulfly frontman Max Cavalera has always been an outspoken musician, especially when it comes to his sonic projects. Cavalera was recently interviewed to promote Soulfly's upcoming album 'Savages,' but when asked about Sepultura's next album, Cavalera offered some very sharp criticism.
It may be hard to believe, but Max Cavalera has been in Soulfly longer than he was in Sepultura. Soulfly are hard at work on their ninth studio album, and have released a video documenting its progress. (watch above). It shows the band in the studio and features brief snippets of new music.