SOULFLY's CAVALERA Working On Group's First DVD

February 12, 2004

SOULFLY mainman Max Cavalera has revealed to Germany's that he is currently working on the group's first-ever DVD. The as-yet-untitled disc, which is not expected to surface before 2005, will reportedly contain all the SOULFLY promotional videos that have been done so far as well as some jam sessions that were filmed during the recording process for the group's latest CD, "Prophecy". In addition, Cavalera says that he wants to put out a DVD from his short-lived project NAILBOMB, featuring a lot of live footage that was shot by his stepson Dana Wells, who was killed in a tragic car accident back in August 1996. Watch Max as he talks to about the upcoming DVD releases: Windows Media, Real Media.

SOULFLY's "Prophecy" is scheduled for release on March 30 through Roadrunner Records.

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