A video interview with SOULFLY mainman Max Cavalera (ex-SEPULTURA), conducted by Face Culture on February 13, 2006 at the Paradiso in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, has been posted online at FaceCulture.nl. Topics range from the new SOULFLY album, "Dark Ages", to album titles, to Orthodox priests, to BAD BRAINS, and much more. Another interview with Cavalera, conducted by Asice.net on February 12, 2006 in Tilburg, the Netherlands before the show at 013, can be found at this location. This article focuses on Max's influences and favorite artists, particularly those from the furious hardcore and punk scenes.
SOULFLY will embark on a U.S. mini-tour in late April, with support from INCITE (featuring SOULFLY mainman Max Cavalera's stepson Ritchie), Century Media recording artists MANNTIS, and Victory Records' A PERFECT MURDER. The band are continuing to promote their latest album, "Dark Ages", available now on Roadrunner Records. The follow-up to 2004's "Prophecy" was produced by Cavalera and was mixed by Terry Date, who has previously worked with PANTERA and DEFTONES, among others.
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