SOULFLY: D-LOW MEMORIAL FESTIVAL To Be Held In August

SOULFLY's official web site has been updated with the following message:

"As tradition holds, every year near the start of August SOULFLY plays host to an event called the D-Low Memorial Festival in Arizona. This year in the 10th anniversary of the festival in honor of Dana 'D-Low' Wells, Max Cavalera's stepson who was killed in a 1996 car wreck (article), and with that in mind, the band plans to make this year's outing really amazing. This year, the festival will be held on August 17th at the Marquee Theatre in Tempe, AZ, and tickets to the show will only be $1! All of the money will be donated to the Iggy Diabetes Fund at the Phoenix Children's Hospital, as well. So far, SOULFLY plan to headline, with NORTHSIDE KINGS, INCITE, a surprise special guest, and more bands to be announced in the weeks ahead."

SOULFLY are currently touring in support of 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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