Tag: Cavalera Conspiracy

Documentary: Iggor Cavalera on “Kamaitachi” by Sepultura!

One of a few critically destroyed Sepultura albums which still has some decent moments is the eyebrow raising subject of a trio down the yellow brick road of memory lane for Iggor Cavalera (ex-Sepultura, Cavalera Conspiracy). In the latest episode of his “Beneath The Drums” series he talks about his experiences writing “Kamaitachi” from 1998’s

Review: “Kill Grid” by Enforced

Hailing from the home of a titanic act like Lamb Of God can’t be an easy thing but Richmond Virginia based Crossover Kings Enforced have set themselves up to deliver something to make their own mark with. Forced from the ashes numerous Hardcore Punk bands in 2017, they grew quickly thanks to support from their

Bootleg: “Arise” from Max & Iggor Cavalera!

Filmed on the Australian leg of the “Return Beneath Arise” tour which saw Max and Iggor Cavalera joined by Marc Rizzo to relive their youth and perform classic cuts from Sepultura, here’s “Arise” from The Valley Drive In on 22nd March 2019 in Brisbane. Where would Max Cavalera be without Marc Rizzo? His companion has

Playthrough: “Territory” from Sepultura!

In a brand new series, the legend that is Iggor Cavalera goes beneath the drums and dissects the songs that have made up his career with Sepultura and Cavalera Conspiracy, starting with the almighty “Territory“. Arguably behind “Roots Bloody Roots“, the biggest career moment of the original Cavalera era of the band, which originally appears

Review: “Dead Life” by Arhat

Forming in Kyiv, Ukraine in 2017, Ethnic Groove Metal act Arhat released their first demo “Mantra” in January 2018 which led them to perform at Black Sea Metal Festival that summer, releasing single “Stately Ruins” shortly before hand. The seasoned musicians went from strength to strength and the following summer performed at United Metal Festival in

NEWS: Dutch Film Makers launch “Metaal” project!

Filmmakers Mike Redman and Jason Köhnen have launched a crowdfunding campaign via Indiegogo to help finance the first-ever documentary to focus on the underground extreme metal scene in the Netherlands. A full length documentary film that consists of exclusive new interviews with 40+ Dutch Metal bands, journalists, radio DJ’s, label owners, international legends, the fans and a host of other key

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Wasted Years.

When guitarist Marc Rizzo left Ill Nino and joined Soulfly, his importance in both groups was seen almost immediately. The effect on his former band was that they lost a virtuoso performer who was full of stunning and imaginative ideas, leaving their future work sounding pretty flat and ordinary in comparison to their earlier material.

Review: “Reluctant Hero” by Killer Be Killed

How often do we use the words “highly anticipated” and “supergroup” in the current era of Metal? It has been six long years since 2014’s self titled debut from Killer Be Killed, a band which features Greg Puciato on vocals and guitars, formerly of The Dillinger Escape Plan and currently in The Black Queen, Max

Interview: Killer Be Killed talk recording “Reluctant Hero”!

Pretty much everyone knows that 20th November will see the sophomore album from Killer Be Killed (ex-Sepultura, Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy, Mastodon, ex-The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Black Queen, Converge) entitled “Reluctant Hero” drop via Nuclear Blast, right? Having heard Max Cavalera and Greg Puciato talk about the writing process for the record a few days