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Igor and Max Cavalera to Tour to Celebrate 20th Anniversary of "Roots" album

Soulfly (2010) Max Cavalera and Igor Cavalera, both formerly of Sepultura, announced they'll embark on a European tour in November.

The duo will be touring to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Sepultura's "Roots" album, and plan to play it in its entirety. Support will come from Overkill, Insomnium, and Deserted Fear.

The dates are as follows:

Nov. 26 - DE Leipzig Hellraiser
Nov. 27 - DE Stuttgart Lka
Nov. 29 - DE Hamburg Große Freiheit
Nov. 30 - DE Berlin Huxleys
Dec. 01 - DE Geiselwind Christmas Bash
Dec. 03 - AT Vienna Gasometer
Dec. 04 - DE Munich Backstage
Dec. 07 - CH Pratteln Z 7
Dec. 08 - DE Oberhausen Ruhrpott Metal Meeting
Dec. 09 - DE Gießen Hessenhallen
Dec. 11 - DE Saarbrücken Garage

Max and Igor first played all of "Roots" at last year's edition of the Amnesia Rockfest in June 2016.

Max recently spoke to Holland's FaceCulture about the "Roots" album and how he feels about it some twenty years later. He said: "Yeah, [the personal stuff around the band] was chaotic, but musically, it was good. I think 'Roots' is an excellent record. It's a very brave record. It's a very fearless record in terms of saying, 'We're gonna do this. No matter what people say, we're gonna do it.' And we did it. And it was a huge risk. Not many bands take that risk. And we stuck to our guns and put the album out. And I think it was a very interesting record, because I think it was the beginning of my experiences in world music, which I really love, and bringing metal… making metal different. You can combine indigenous sounds and stuff with metal and make something cool with it. So I think 'Roots' was the blueprint for all that; it was like the first one that was like that. We went to the Xavantes tribe and recorded with them. It was killer. It was an amazing experience."

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    April 05, 2017

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