Soulfly join Nuclear Blast

2013-05-07 by Philip Whitehead | 3 Comments
After 26 years and 17 records with numerous bands, Max Cavalera with his main project Soulfly have become the latest big hitter to have left Roadrunner Records, as the Brazilian metallers have signed to Nuclear Blast Entertainment where they will join such artists as The Defiled, Anthrax, Testament and Sepultura. Cavalera links up again with former Roadrunner A&R man Monte Conner at Nuclear Blast, who was responsible for signing Sepultura in 1987.

Article at MetalSucks: http://www.metalsucks.net/2013/05/07/soulfly-signs-to-nuclear-blast-entertainment/

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Dunpeal
May 8th 2013
3961 Comments


the ultimate game changer right here

YUJOS
May 8th 2013
978 Comments


hahahaha

Digging: Ghost B.C. - Infestissumam

DatsNotDaMetulz
May 8th 2013
2125 Comments


I'm just waiting for the Sepultura reunion rumours to start up again.



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