Posts Tagged ‘Andreas Kisser’
INTERVIEW AND LIVE PICTURES BY MARKO SYRJALA
Max Cavalera is the Brazilian vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter who currently plays with Cavalera Conspiracy and Soulfly. He co-founded the acclaimed heavy metal band Sepultura with his brother Iggor Cavalera back in 1984. The band released the album ROOTS back in 1996, which is Sepultura’s most commercially successful album to date. After the following tour, Max left the band and formed Soulfly. Iggor left Sepultura 10 years later and formed Cavalera Conspiracy with Max in 2007. So far, the band has released 3 albums including the latest PANDENOMIUM (2013). 2016 marks the 20th anniversary of ROOTS and to celebrate that, Cavalera Conspiracy announced a series of highly successful shows where the band performed the classic album in its entirely. The sold-out tour reached Finland in early December 2016. I was able to meet Max on the tour bus prior the bands performance. We discussed the ROOTS album, the “Return to Roots” tour, the state of Soulfly, and many other topics including Max’s favorite Lemmy memories.
Nosturi, Helsinki, Finland
Review and pictures by Petri da Costa
Metal Allegiance have released the first lyric video from the upcoming self–titled release available worldwide on September 18th via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. “Can’t Kill The Devil” features Chuck Billy on vocals; Alex Skolnick, Phil Demmel & Andreas Kisser on guitars; David Ellefson on bass; and Mike Portnoy on drums. The lyric video for the song impacting radio today can be seen here: https://youtu.be/zjXEXx-mIdc.
“I am very honored to be a part of the Metal Allegiance record. The track ‘Can’t Kill The Devil’ was fun and challenging for me,” states vocalist Chuck Billy. “Working outside of Testament lets me try different things with my voice. I think the fans are going to be singing along to this track for sure.”
Sepultura: Getting To The Top Again.
An interview with Andreas Kisser!
By: Patricia Renda & Marcos Cardoso,
Planet Metal Magazine, Brazil.
Interviewed March/April 1999