SOULFLY, QUEENSRŸCHE Video Interviews Posted Online
San Antonio's long-standing cult cable show, "Robb's Metalworks", has now posted its January 2006 episode online at www.robbsmetalworks.com. The one-hour episode was the debut for Time Warner cable's STUF-TV in the region, as the program left public access at the end of 2005. The episode includes a one-on-one interview with Max Cavalera of SOULFLY, who addresses the SEPULTURA reunion rumors as well as his new guitar for ESP. Also available is an interview with Geoff Tate of QUEENSRŸCHE conducted during the band's recent stint on the JUDAS PRIEST tour, during which Tate discusses the upcoming "Operation: Mindcrime II" release. The episode also features new videos from CANDLEMASS, SUFFOCATION, SOULFLY and more.
In related news, Robb Chavez — the man behind "Robb's MetalWorks" — recently introduced his own management company, El Mero Metal Management. His first client is the Houston powerhouse band ETERNITY BLACK, featuring former HELSTAR members Larry Barragan, Robert Trevino and Russell Deleon.
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