Tag: Soulfly

Playthrough: “Absolute Zero” from Stone Sour!

It maybe some time before Stone Sour get back together for their next adventure in audio so drummer Ray Mayorga has kept himself busy. Not only has he been on the drum still for Hell Yeah but also writing and recording synths for the new Wednesday 13 album. We’ve followed his career since his Soulfly

Throwback: “Unleash” from Soulfly!

A couple of weeks back, Kerrang Magazine published an article detailing 13 of their favourite guest vocal appearances plus the entire “Irony Is A Dead Scene” EP from Dillinger Escape Plan fronted by Mike Patton, which got us thinking about some of our personal favourites. The guest appearance is such a regular thing now that

Bootleg: Cavalera Brothers in Brazil for Sepultura classics!

As the Max & Iggor show continues to your the Globe playing their Sepultura classics, in an interview with Ultimate Guitar Magazine that was hosted by Metal Hammer Magazine, Max Cavalera was asked about his various projects. It seems the future is bright for a new Killer Be Killed album and for a tour that

Bootleg: Soulfly at Alcatraz Festival!

What would have happened if virtuoso guitarist Marc Rizzo had remained in Ill Nino rather than joining his hero Max Cavalera in Soulfly after their debut album tour cycle was completed? Would Ill Nino have gone from strength to strength on the wings of his talent or would they still be the… divided working class

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Dig!

What are the chances of Mudvayne reuniting and returning to the stage in 2020 with August marking the 20th Anniversary of their seminal debut album “L.D. 50”? When you have the now Hellyeah frontman Chad Gray making comments like these anything is possible. Especially when his guitarist and former Nothingface man Tom Maxwell says that

Review: “Necrophaze” by Wednesday 13

Technically studio album number eight for Wednesday 13, if you’re not counting any of the Murderdolls, Gunfire 76, Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13 or Bourbon Crow output, “Necrophaze” sees a cast of collaborators and co-conspirators join the blood drive. The band itself comprises vocalist Wednesday 13, guitarists Roman Surman and Jack Tankersley, bassist Troy

NEWS: Cavalera Brothers play Sepultura classics!

Max and Iggor Cavalera will be in London in December to bring cuts from Sepultura classics “Beneath The Remains” from 1989 and “Arise” from 1991 back to life. The trio of shows will have guitar wizard Marc Rizzo and bassist Mike Leon in the band so it’s three quarters of the Soulfly line-up and you

Under The Influence #13: Weaponry on “Around The Fur” by Deftones!

Certified Gold in July 1999 and Platinum in 2011, Sacramento California quartet Deftones second album “Around The Fur” was a highly anticipated release. The band had been together since 1988 and so the album effectively marked a decade together and that time shows in the quality of the material. Featuring DJ Frank Delgado on 5

NEWS: Blood Youth return to 1999 for “(Sic)”!

When we reviewed “Starve” by Blood Youth we said that there was a fair amount of homage to Slipknot as well as other 1998-2002 era albums such as the self titled debut from Soulfly. So it came as little surprise that Metal Hammer Magazine’s exclusive split 9 track album “March Of The Maggots” should include

Documentary: Static-X on Gear Masters!

Filmed at The Forge in Joliet Illinois on 20th July, the latest episode of Gear Masters sees Static-X bassist Tony Campos, who has also had stints in Soulfly, Fear Factory and Ministry, giving a full rig run down of his gear for the “Wisconsin Death Trip” 20th Anniversary Tour! That will be upon our shores