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Soulfly vocalist Max Cavalera has revealed that he would like to collaborate with Henry Rollins, Iron Maiden‘s Bruce Dickinson, Glenn Danzig and AC/DC‘s Angus Young in the future.
In an interview with Paul Tadday of Australia’s AMNplify, Cavalera said, “I still wanna do stuff with different people. Henry Rollins would be cool, or Danzig. Even Bruce Dickinson, to me, would be classic. Or even Brian Johnson, if [he decided] to come back and sing again, would be great. I’m a big AC/DC fan as well. I would love to have Angus Young on a track, man. That be the f**king ultimate for me; that would be really cool.”
Cavalera also discussed Soulfly’s latest album Ritual.
Cavalera said, “I feel that it is a little bit a return to that [type of sound], but it’s not really that much, not that dramatic. The record, to me, is just really exciting. It’s a really cool record. It does celebrate 20 years of Soulfly, so we did try to get some of that spirit back from the beginning, in tracks like Ritual and a little bit on Bite The Bullet. But I think overall, the record just has a lot of other [kind of] stuff, like Dead Behind The Eyes and Under Rapture and Feedback!”
“It’s a really exciting record. It might take more than one listening to absorb everything, ’cause there’s a lot of stuff going on. But I’m very happy, I’m very pleased with the result. It’s a solid Soulfly record. All the real, true Soulfly fans are gonna love this one.”
Ritual was released in October via Nuclear Blast. The follow-up to 2015’s Archangel was produced, recorded and mixed by Josh Wilbur.
Soulfly has announced that they are planning to embark on a North American tour in early 2019 in promotion of Ritual. They will be joined on select dates by artists like Kataklysm, Incite, Chaoseum, Alukah and Skinflint.
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