SOULFLY Mainman Performs 'Jumpdafuckup' In Russia; Video Available

SOULFLY mainman Max Cavalera made a special guest appearance with the popular Russian hardcore group FAQ on January 11, 2007 in Moscow, Russia at the Shadow Club. Cavalera performed "Molotov", "Jumpdafuckup" and the FAQ original track "The Killing Song", to which he also contributed vocals in the studio for inclusion on FAQ's upcoming album, "Circus Dogs". Watch a video clip of FAQ and Max Cavalera performing "Jumpdafuckup" in Moscow at

FAQ's Paul Filipenko recently contributed some fire-spitting vocals to the track "Molotov" on SOULFLY's latest CD, "Dark Ages".

SOULFLY plans to undertake a small South American/Mexican tour in April, featuring stops in such countries as Argentina and Chile (at the moment, it appears unlikely that the trek will include any dates in Max Cavalera's birth country of Brazil). SOULFLY has also been confirmed for the XII Festival Arte-Nativo / Viña Rock festival, set to take place April 27-29 at the Recinto de Festivales of Benicàssim, Spain.


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