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Tag Archives: Fudge Tunnel

Soulfly performing all of Nailbomb’s ‘Point Blank’ on tour

Posted by on April 3, 2017

Since leaving Sepultura in 1996, Max Cavalera has certainly kept himself busy. In fact, he’s released ten Soulfly albums since then. He’s also released three Cavalera Conspiracy albums and played with Killer Be Killed. However, back when he was in Sepultura, he had a side project, Nailbomb, with Fudge Tunnel guitarist Alex Newport that released […]

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Exclusive: Grandfather Premieres Title Track From “In Human Form”

Posted by on August 7, 2013

Brooklyn based alternative rock quartet Grandfather will be releasing their second full length album In Human Form on August 13. But today, Metal Insider is premiering the title track from the album, which was produced by none other than former Fudge Tunnel frontman Alex Newport (The Mars Volta, The Melvins). Their unique sound is difficult to classify […]

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Max Cavalera/Greg Puciato Project Gains Troy Sanders

Posted by on October 31, 2012

Well, this just got even more interesting. According to Vicious Volume, a metal radio show in Singapore, Mastodon’s Troy Sanders is joining his unnamed project, which also features The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Greg Puciato and The Mars Volta’s Dave Elitch. Here he tells Brader Bo (aka Bo Skullbanger) about the new Troy [Sanders] from Mastodon just joined […]

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Throwback Video Of The Day: Nailbomb Live In 1995

Posted by on May 16, 2012

Die-hard fans of Max Cavalera are likely well aware of Nailbomb, his side project with Fudge Tunnel’s Alex Newport. The hardcore/thrash supergroup only released one album in 1994 called Point Blank (featuring guest appearances from Fear Factory’s Dino Cazares, The Dead Kennedy’s D.H. Peligro, Neurosis’ Dave Edwardson, and even Cavalera’s then Sepultura bandmates, among many […]

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March Is Metal Month: Earache’s Al Dawson Talks About Signing Criteria, Retail, Spotify; Win An Earache Prize Pack

Posted by on March 22, 2012

How does an Australian wind up running the American arm of influential UK metal label Earache? It’s kind of a long story, but Al Dawson was more than happy to oblige. Starting out as a tape trader in the ’80s (he was thanked on a 1984 compilation by Pushead), he eventually visited the UK, where […]

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