Sirius Satellite Radio's Hard Attack (Sirius 27) has announced the upcoming airing of MAXimum CAVALERA Radio, a two-part aural slaying through the mouth and ears of the Brazilian metal warrior Max Cavalera, who founded the bands SEPULTURA and SOULFLY.
Part 1, "The Best of Cavalera", hosted by Hard Attack's José, explores Max's musical dominations, how important family is, and you'll hear what could serve as the metallic soundtrack to Max Cavalera's life. And catch the world’s first acoustic rendition of SEPULTURA's "Desperate Cry", performed by José and Max!
In Part 2, Cavalera gets free rein to play and say whatever he wants, and in turn creates a killer playlist: BLACK SABBATH, NAPALM DEATH, BAD BRAINS, THE RAMONES, THINE EYES BLEED, IRON MAIDEN and INCITE (Max's stepson's band), and more! Not only will you hear songs from his roots, but you'll hear stories about them as told by a man who help shape what metal is today.
The air times are as follows:
Thursday, May 18 @ 7pm ET – Part 1
Saturday, May 20 @ 3pm ET – Part 2
Wednesday, May 24 @ 10pm ET – Part 1
Tuesday, May 30 @ 1pm ET – Part 2
Sunday, June 4 @ 8pm ET – Part 1
Thursday, June 15 @ 11pm ET – Part 2
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