Max Cavalera recalls meeting Slipknot’s Paul Gray for the first time: “He was a member of the Sepultura fanclub”

    In the new issue of Metal Hammer, Soulfly icon Max Cavalera and Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor reflect on the creation of their nu metal flavoured 2000 collaboration, Jumpdafuckup

    After successfully re-launching his career with Soulfly’s self-titled 1998 debut, Max was looking to branch out stylistically with the band’s second record, Primitive. Speaking to Hammer, he admits to being influenced by the collaborative nature of 90s hip-hop, which led him to invite guests including Tom Araya, Chino Moreno and Sean Lennon (son of Beatles legend John) to feature on tracks. 

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