Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Max Cavalera and Greg Puciato join forces to create an album of thrash

Since leaving Sepultura, Max Cavalera has been all but stopped, leading to a new level Soulfly and recalling family values with Cavalera Conspiracy, and other sporadic collaborations. His last idea was to initiate a new project of thrash with industrial air style Nailbomb, parallel formation with which released two albums in 1994 and 1995.

So far the thing is already interesting, but further improvement when I say that the shaggy Brazil has decided to join forces with Greg Puciato, lead singer of The Dillinger Escape Plan, for the conception of this album. Both singers and collaborated on Omen, Soulfly's latest album, as Puciato was invited to sing in the song 'Rise of the Fallen', certainly with very good results.

And if you think this little Puciato also confirmed that participates in one of the new albums by The Devin Townsend Project, imagine that in Deconstruction, and even now is preparing something new with their mates The Dillinger Escape Plan. How busy is this man! There will be attentive to everything that is arising from the multitude of projects.

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