CAVALERA CONSPIRACY's MAX And IGOR Interviewed On Spanish TV; Second Part Available
CAVALERA CONSPIRACY's Max and Igor Cavalera were interviewed Wednesday night (May 28) on the Spanish late-night TV show "Noche Hache" on Cuatro TV. Watch the entire 11-minute chat below. (Note: The interview was conducted in Spanish/Portuguese.)
CAVALERA CONSPIRACY will make its live debut today (Friday, May 30) at the Electric Weekend in Madrid, Spain.
CAVALERA CONSPIRACY will team up with THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, THROWDOWN, BURY YOUR DEAD and INCITE for a North American tour in July.
According to a posting on CAVALERA CONSPIRACY's MySpace page, "the select shows for this tour may be [the band's] only performances in the U.S. in support of 'Inflikted' [CC's debut album]."
"Inflikted" sold 9,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at No. 72 on The Billboard 200 chart.
Max Cavalera was interviewed a few weeks ago by Andrew Haug of Triple J's "Full Metal Racket" (based in Australia). Download the 16-minute audio file in MP3 format at this location (6 MB).
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