SOULFLY: New Interview With JOE NUNEZ Available

September 25, 2007

SOULFLY's official web site has been updated with the following message:

"During the 11th annual D-Low Memorial Show on August 31 — SOULFLY's only U.S. show this year and the first live performance from CAVALERA CONSPIRACYSOULFLY Web was able to sit down and conduct interviews with all the members of both bands to get information on both of their upcoming albums straight from their mouths. Every two weeks we will be posting a new interview with another musician, and two weeks ago we began with a video interview with Max Cavalera.

"This week we continue the series with an interview with SOULFLY drummer Joe Nunez, available exlusively at

"SOULFLY entered Bobby Burns' Porch Studio on September 12, and we haven't had a chance to check in with Joe since then, but this interview gives a good indication of what to expect."

Read the interview at this location.

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