Max Cavalera

Name Max Cavalera
Birth date 04 August 1969
Land Brazil
Stadt Belo Horizonte

Guerrilha (BRA-2)

Sepultura


1984 1996 Die Band Seite

Killer Be Killed

Nailbomb

Cavalera Conspiracy

Soulfly


Max Cavalera was born in Belo Horizonte to a Brazillian mother and his father was an Italian ambassador. Along with his brother Igor Cavalera he formed the death metal band Sepultura. The band was very popular and released several albums, with "Roots" and "Chaos A.D" both receiving critical praise. He also worked with Fudge Tunnel lead singer Alex Newport forming a side project known as "Nailbomb", with one of their tracks used for the Gus Van Sant film, _To Die for (1995)_ (that song being "Wasting Away"). There was somewhat of a shuffel near 1995, and Max Cavalera left Sepultura to form "Soulfly". Again he was the lead vocalist and played guitar, and with the new band released two albums, "Soulfly" and "Primitive".