INCITE Signs With I SCREAM RECORDS

INCITE, the Phoenix, Arizona-based band fronted by SOULFLY/CAVALERA CONSPIRACY frontman Max Cavalera's stepson Richie Cavalera, has inked a deal with I Scream Records.

INCITE's entire "Divided We Fail" three-song EP is available for streaming on the group's MySpace page. 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."

"Divided We Fail" EP track listing:

01. Divided We Fail
02. Army of Darkness
03. Die With What You've Done

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, "Inflikted", which was released in March via Roadrunner Records.

INCITE will team up with CAVALERA CONSPIRACY, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, THROWDOWN and BURY YOUR DEAD for a North American tour in July.

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