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Greg and Max are pissed off

We’ve covered Greg Puciato’s and Max Cavalera’s collaboration project before, and now, we’re gonna do it again. Why? Because we can and you can’t do anything about it.

Anywho, recently the band was demoing new songs, and Max had the following to say about it to Roadrunner.com:

“Everybody ask me, ‘Hey Max, are you gonna do another Nailbomb?’ and the answer is always No, because we killed Nailbomb on purpose. So when Greg approached me with an idea of a project, I said I’ll do it, but it has to be like Nailbomb. I’m gonna share the vocals with Greg. We’re gonna have a bunch of killer guest musicians, and it’ll be the closest thing to a Nailbomb experience. I promise you it is going to be heavy as fuck, angry as fuck, and aggressive as fuck. Me and Greg are pissed off and we’re coming your way!!!!”

Wow, heavy, angry and aggressive. All three as fuck. I am sort of looking forward to this, unlike Max’s three past albums. Hopefully he let’s Greg write some of the lyrics along with letting him sing. Then again, we’re talking about a guy who has “KILL POSERS” written on his Twitter profile picture, which is angry alright… For a 13 year-old. Don’t get me wrong, I like the guy as a musician (and especially his stage presence, just look at that clip), but maybe Max manages to get the worst of him. Seems to be his biggest skill nowadays.


Weak Recap: We’re amazing

This is our fifth Weak Recap, which means we ran out of writers to interview so I’m back interviewing Guido. God dammit. At least old man river up there approves.

In case you aren’t familiar with this recap thing, it’s a way for us to whore ourselves interview each other by recapping the week’s news. Pretty cool, right? Wrong… It’s lame and self-indulgent but hey, at least it’s original. Most other sites just do basic lists. Blah, we do shit properly, yo.

Make the jump and if you’re truly bored.


Greg Puciato talks about file-sharing

Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan)

Greg Puciato, otherwise known as the vocalist for The Dillinger Escape Plan, just made our lives easier. Why? Because we had plan of writing an editorial about file-sharing and the state of music industry for quite a while now. Alas, we are lazy, and it’s still on our to-do list.

Replying to a question asked on his blog, Puciato covers topics from the state of the music industry, mp3s, vinyls and CDs, file-sharing and its effect on the people who make a living from making music.

It’s a lengthy and honest opinion piece, and you might or might not agree with everything he says, but coming from someone directly affected by file-sharing, it probably holds more weight than being written by someone who is affected by slow download speeds. Which doesn’t mean we won’t revisit the topic — we will, and it’s going to be amazing. Until that moment comes though, make the jump and read an excerpt from his text.


Greg Cavalera Conspiracy Plan

What is Greg Cavalera Conspiracy Plan? Well, it’s Greg Puciato and Max Cavalera’s new project. I named it, and as much as I’m awesome, I doubt it’ll be the name they use. If Max calls the shots, it will probably be something 10 times more idiotic. And the news? Well, Greg Puciato just announced over Twitter that he has 15 songs no one else but Max has. I have no idea if the songs are finished or not, seems a bit too fast. Then again, it’s not like it takes any time to make them.


The Dillinger Escape Band

The Dillinger Escape Plan

The Dillinger Escape Plan should join Cirque du Soleil. Seriously, they have a proper show: the picture above is just one example of the gravity defying acts their band members are known to show (google them to see more). They spend more time in the air than on the ground during their shows, and when they’re on the ground they spend it spitting fireballs. And they also have some music playing in the background.

Which brings me to some sad news. It seems the band members of The Dillinger Escape Plan are working hard to escape the band for a little while. Aaaw. In the last few days yours truly has counted three side projects by various members of the band. Make the jump to find out more.

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