SLAYER, SOULFLY, IN FLAMES Live Photos Posted Online

August 18, 2002

A bunch of high-quality photos taken at the August 17th SLAYER, SOULFLY, and IN FLAMES gig at The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts can be viewed at this location.

In related news, has just posted a brand new interview with current SOULFLY and former SEPULTURA frontman Max Cavalera in which the singer comments on the upcoming release of Under The Pale Grey Sky, a double CD containing a recording of the last-ever performance of the classic SEPULTURA line-up of Cavalera, his brother Igor (drums),Andreas Kisser (guitar) and Paulo Pinto Jr. (bass),which took place at Brixton Academy in London on December 16th, 1996.

"I think it's cool [that the album is coming out], because PANTERA, METALLICA, all those classic bands have live albums out officially, and there's many bootlegs of SEPULTURA, but most of them don't have a good quality," Max said. "So for a fan to actually, really, mostly like a young guy, a new guy that never heard that, he should listen to SEPULTURA, how powerful that shit was, because I'm proud of it. I think that show is a double CD, we played 20 some odd songs, it's got pieces of BAD BRAINS, CRO-MAGS, we're doing all these little jams, so it was cool. So I think for a fan they should check it out."

To read the entire interview, click here.

Under A Pale Grey Sky is scheduled for a September 24th release through Roadrunner Records.

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