Latino rock siblings Max
and Igor Cavalera
have returned to the studio 10 years after a very bitter public family bust-up. The Sepultura
founders fell out in 1996 when Max's stepson, Dana Wells
, was killed in a car crash and his mother Gloria, Sepultura's manager, opted to take time out to grieve her loss rather than join the group on tour.
Igor and his band mates then hired a new manager, infuriating Max, who quit the band to support his wife. He went on to form Soulfly
. The two brothers patched up their differences last year after Igor reached out to Max by phone when Soulfly were touring through Europe. The Brazilian siblings have since teamed up to jam in the studio and perform together at select Soulfly shows, and now they're working on new material.
In an interview conducted on the Soulfly website over the weekend, Max says, "In many ways it's pretty historic and even magical for me - 10 years is a very long time. This project is going to be very much like a volcano exploding. We've had so much anger and aggression building up, and I know that Igor is going to f**king destroy the drum kit in the studio. I really doubt the drum kit will even survive the recording, and I hope (it) doesn't.
"So far it's sounding very aggressive, but... at this point there are no rules or limitations with it... It's the closest thing that anyone's going to get to seeing any type of (Sepultura) reunion."
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