MAX And IGOR CAVALERA Reunited: Photo Available

A photo of brothers and former SEPULTURA bandmates Max (guitar, vocals) and Igor Cavalera (drums) — reunited for the first time in 10 years at the 10th annual D-Low Memorial Festival on August 17, 2006 at the Marquee Theatre in Tempe, AZ — has been posted online at SoulflyWeb.com. As previously reported, Igor came out and joined headliners SOULFLY (featuring Max on guitar/vocals) for renditions of the SEPULTURA classics "Attitude" and "Roots Bloody Roots".

In related news, Igor "Iggor" Cavalera has recorded a guest appearance on a song called "Conscience" on the upcoming second album from the Brazilian "thrashcore" band QUESTIONS. The sessions took place recently at the Da Tribo studio in São Paulo. A photo of Igor in the studio with QUESTIONS can be found at RockBrigade.com.br.

QUESTIONS' as-yet-untitled new album is tentatively scheduled for release in early 2007 through an as-yet-undisclosed label. The band is also slated to appear today (Friday, October 6) on the MTV Brazil program "Gordo Freak Show", hosted by João Gordo, vocalist of the long-running Brazilian hardcore band RATOS DE PORÃO.

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