MAX CAVALERA Talks About Reunion With Brother IGOR: Audio Available

SOULFLY mainman Max Cavalera was recently interviewed by Andrew Haug of Triple J's "Full Metal Racket" (based in Australia). Listen to the interview in streaming audio at the Triple J web site: Windows Media, Real Media (NOTE: The Max Cavalera interview begins at around the one-hour, 38-minute mark). Check out the show's entire playlist at this location.

As previously reported, SOULFLY bassist Bobby Burns was forced to sit out the band's most recent leg of the U.S. Dark Ages Tour after suffering a stroke a few weeks ago. The two bassists stepping up to the plate for the SOULFLY tour were David Ellefson (formerly of MEGADETH, currently of F5/TEMPLE OF BRUTALITY) and Danny Lilker (formerly of ANTHRAX/S.O.D., currently in NUCLEAR ASSAULT and BRUTAL TRUTH). Ellefson was the bass player through September 26. From September 27 through the remainder of the tour, Lilker was handling bass duties.


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