INCITE To Release 'The Slaughter' In October

INCITE, the Phoenix, Arizona-based band fronted by SOULFLY/CAVALERA CONSPIRACY mainman Max Cavalera's stepson Richie Cavalera, will release its debut album, "The Slaughter", in North America on October 20 and in Europe on November 2 via I Scream Records. The CD was produced by Logan Mader, who has previously worked with GOJIRA, DIVINE HERESY and CAVALERA CONSPIRACY.

"The Slaughter" track listing:

01. Intro
02. The Slaughter
03. Nothing To Fear
04. Army Of Darkness
05. Time For A Change
06. Divided We Fail
07. Rage
08. Tyranny's End
09. Die With What You've Done
10. Down And Out
11. End Result
12. Awakening

INCITE's current lineup is as follows:

Richie Cavalera - Vocals
Zak Sofaly - Drums
Kevin "Dis" - Guitar
Luis "Marrufo" - Bass

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

Richie Cavalera makes a guest appearance on CAVALERA CONSPIRACY's debut album, "Inflikted", which was released in March 2008 via Roadrunner Records.


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