Guess what, fucko?
Soulfly have decided to take a break from recording their next album so that frontman Max Cavalera can head to Australia for some shows with Killer Be Killed.
It’s just a temporary respite from making the metals.
Max claims tracking will pick up again in March with producer Matt Hyde.
Max is also promising some special guests will be on the next LP.
An update from the band says:
“In March, Max will head to L.A. to add the vocals and bring in guest musicians to contribute to Soulfly X! European festivals starting to come in..all still secret! Busy now with Killer Be Killed in Australia and Cavalera Conspiracy tours in the works! Everyone should be getting their ‘Max-fix!’”
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