SOULFLY Mainman Guests On FAQ Album

SOULFLY mainman Max Cavalera has contributed guest vocals to the track "The Killing Song" from the popular Russian hardcore group FAQ. The song appears on FAQ's new CD, "Circus Dogs", which is being released in Russia this week. Two versions of the album will be made available: Russian and English.

Max Cavalera made a special guest appearance with FAQ on January 11, 2007 in Moscow, Russia at the Shadow Club. Cavalera performed "Molotov", "Jumpdafuckup" and the FAQ original track "The Killing Song". Watch a video clip of FAQ and Max Cavalera performing "Jumpdafuckup" in Moscow at A video clip of "Molotov" can be found here.

FAQ's Pavel "Pashtet" Filippenko previously contributed some fire-spitting vocals to the track "Molotov" on SOULFLY's latest CD, "Dark Ages".

A video clip of SOULFLY performing the SEPULTURA classic "Refuse/Resist" at the XII Festival Arte-Nativo / Viña Rock festival on April 28 at the Recinto de Festivales of Benicàssim, Spain has been posted online at YouTube.

SOULFLY entered a Los Angeles studio in March with producer Logan Mader (ex-MACHINE HEAD, SOULFLY) to record a cover of the MARILYN MANSON song "Beautiful People" for an upcoming Kerrang! magazine compilation.


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