MAX CAVALERA's Stepson Returns With More New INCITE Music
INCITE, the Phoenix, Arizona-based band fronted by SOULFLY mainman Max Cavalera's stepson Richie Cavalera, has posted another "very rough new demo" of a song called "Army of Darkness" on the group's MySpace page.
The band is in the studio right now putting the finishing touches on a new three-song EP. According to drummer Zak Sofaly, "the songs were all composed in a matter of hours over a three day period, and on the fourth day we were in the studio recording drums." A tour with the CAVALERA CONSPIRACY — the new project featuring former SEPULTURA bandmates Max and Igor Cavalera — will tentatively take place in early 2008.
INCITE's current lineup is as follows:
Richie Cavalera - Vocals
Zak Sofaly - Drums
Kevin "Dis" - Guitar
Luis "Marrufo" - Bass
Richie Cavalera makes a guest appearance on CAVALERA CONSPIRACY's debut album, tentatively due in early 2008 via Roadrunner Records.
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