MAX CAVALERA Doesn't Rule Out SEPULTURA Reunion: Audio Available

SOULFLY mainman Max Cavalera has told Scoop of the Columbus, Ohio radio station The Blitz WBZX 99.7 FM that he is open to the possibility of one day reuniting with his SEPULTURA bandmates. Cavalera left SEPULTURA in early 1997 following the other bandmembers' decision to fire the group's manager, Gloria Cavalera, who is married to Max and continues to represent him through her Oasis Management company. In an interview that will air Sunday night (October 2) at 11:00 p.m. during "The Really Loud Guitar Show" on The Blitz WBZX 99.7 FM, Max said, "[I'm] looking forward to one day actually, eventually touring together [with SEPULTURA], or just doing some shows together. I was on tour with [BLACK] SABBATH [a few] months ago in Europe. They hated each other at one point, and now they're playing together [again]. And that was, for me, very cool, very kind of like… Yeah, there is a chance here, it's not all over. So maybe it [the reunion] will happen. I don't know. I'm not thinking about that. I've got… SOULFLY's really in full motion right now with the new record and everything. But eventually if that happens, it will be cool for me, it will be cool for thousands of fans, so, you know, let's see what happens, you know what I'm saying?!"

Download an MP3 file containing Max's comment on the possibility of a reunion with SEPULTURA at this location.

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