Soulfly / Cavalera Conspiracy / ex-Sepultura legend Max Cavalera has the ultimate metal family.
Max gets extremely personal, from his father's death, struggles with poverty growing up, the passing of Max's stepson and much more.
Every time Brazil’s Sepultura release a new album, there is a buzz of curiosity with fans wondering if they will return to their beginnings. The band’s trademark thrash era produced some of the finest albums of the genre, but they abandoned the sound by 1993 in favor of groove on ‘Chaos A.D.’ and the polarizing ‘Roots.’ Vocalist Derrick Green has been with the band for 15 years now, and ‘The Mediator Between Head and Hands Must Be the Heart’ is his seventh and best album since joining.
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The title of the upcoming album (set to be released Oct. 29) from veteran Brazilian metal act Sepultura is a mouthful: 'The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart.' Now, the band has unleashed the first single from the album, 'The Age of the Atheist' (listen above) via Metal Hammer.
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.