In this fascinating interview, Little Punk People talk to Soulfly main man Max Cavalera. Conversation flows over what happens when we die, OCD, Rituals and being baptized by Lemmy. Soulfly are touring the recently released album “Ritual”. Check out our review!
State of the Fart have upped the comedy value by farting all over a Motorfart classic and honouring the memory of Lemmy Kilmister in the process. “Ace of Farts” is a stone wall classic that everyone knows, but we doubt you’ve ever heard it quite like this before….
Filmed on 4th October at The Aurora Concert Hall in St. Petersburg Russia, here’s a full set from Cavalera Conspiracy performing Sepultura classics “Beneath The Remains” and “Arise” in full. The just over 77 minute set also includes a pair of Motorhead covers in “Orgasmatron” and “Ace Of Spades” in tribute to the late Lemmy
Brazilian Metallers now relocated to Phoenix Arizona, Soulfly have often come in for a large amount of often unnecessary stick. Metal purists have often argued that Max Cavalera should have stayed with Sepultura after “Roots” in 1996 rather than leaving the band on a high and forging his own path. But so much water has
A day late and a buck short. Better late than never? Sponsored by Bombay Sapphire Gin and Fever Tree Tonic, it’s time for another encounter of the Riff Police kind. Avenged Sevenfold have featured a couple of times having both been ripped off and done the deed themselves. Now it’s the turn of the mighty
Hardcore punks Black Flag are not only genre pioneers but arguably the creators of post-hardcore to boot. Their full length debut at third attempt in 1981’s “Damaged” is perhaps their most influential release, so where better to celebrate it than here? In the red corner are Hatebreed, who themselves are influencial on the current hardcore
It might not seem possible but Athens, Ohio extreme metallers Skeletonwitch have been on the scene for 15 years, though only guitar duo Nate Garnette & Scott Hedrick remain from the original incarnation of the band. The latest set of changes has seen the vocal position filled by Adam Clemans, who while perhaps is best known
Monday morning is here again. Yuk. Let’s have a random selection of Butcher Babies rarities to lift the spirits (sadly not a bottle of). Carla Harvey joins the Ultimate Jam Night crew at The Whiskey for a cover of “Ace Of Spades” by Motorhead, while Heidi Shepherd does to same for “Bodies” by Drowning Pool.