Tag Archives: Max Cavalera

Metal Review: Cavalera Conspiracy: Pandemonium (2014)

Cavalera Conspiracy: Pandemonium

Once upon a time, there was this little Brazilian thrash metal band that defied all odds and became a huge staple of the thrash / groove metal scene. They put Brazilian metal on the map and introduced the metal world to varying sounds that could be incorporated into metal. A large part of the Sepultura

Cavalera Conspiracy Debut New Song Bonzai Kamakazi

Cavalera Conspiracy: Pandemonium

Cavalera Conspiracy debuted a new song today called Bonzai Kamakazi off of their new album “Pandemonium,” the follow-up to “Blunt Force Trauma.” “Pandemonium” comes out on October 31, 2014 (Europe) and November 4, 2014 in North America on Napalm Records. Check out Bonzai Kamakazi here. Max Cavalera tells about the song: “This song is about

Max Cavalera Recording Music For ESPN World Cup 2014 Coverage


Yesterday Soulfly frontman and guitarist Max Cavalera went into the studio with producer John Gray to write and record the music for ESPN’s World Cup 2014 coverage. Zyon Cavalera will be providing drums. This is a dream come true for Cavalera who is a huge soccer fan. Please upgrade your browser

Metal Review: Sepultura: The Mediator Between Head and Hand Must Be the Heart (2013)

The Mediator Between the Head and Hands Must be the Heart

Brazil’s Sepultura is back with their latest effort, the elaborately titled “The Mediator Between Head and Hand Must Be the Heart.” If you are anything like me, then you are extremely curious about each and every Sepultura release. Each of their releases are always met with a ton of curiosity to see if there is

Max Cavalera Announces New Project

Max Cavalera (ex-Sepultura, Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy) is forming yet another project whose confirmed line-up so far features Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan), Troy Sanders (Mastodon) and Dave Elitch (ex-The Mars Volta). This promising supergroup hopes to end the writing process in December and enter the studio next year. Make sure you don’t confuse this

Metal Review: Soulfly – Enslaved (2012)

Soulfly is almost starting to become an afterthought in the metal community. While Sepultura was an integral part in the thrash metal community back in the day, since Max Cavalera left, their music sounds like an attempt to get back to the glory days. Soulfly is a band that seems like they are trying to