Max Cavalera Says Killer Be Killed Have Demoed 10 Songs For Their New Album

It looks like Killer Be Killed, the band featuring Soulfly‘s Max Cavalera, Mastodon‘s Troy Sanders, The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Greg Puciato, Converge’s Ben Koller, and MonstrO’s Juan Montoya, have already demoed 10 songs for their second album. Cavalera told Metal Underground the following:

“We already demoed for it; we got 10 songs out of it. [It came out] fantastic. Troy is more involved, which is what I wanted from the beginning. So that’s gonna be great.”

[via Blabbermouth]

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Killer Be Killed (Soulfly, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Etc.) To Work On New Album

Killer Be Killed, the band featuring Soulfly‘s Max Cavalera, Mastodon‘s Troy Sanders, The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Greg Puciato, and Converge’s Ben Koller, have regrouped to work on their second album. Cavalera told the “Red Light District Show” the following about that:

“We’re actually practicing tomorrow. The guys are flying here to Phoenix and we’re gonna go to our Soulfly place of practice, which is like this big warehouse that we have [with] all our gear there. So they’re flying in, and they rented a house. So, yeah, we’re gonna finally, finally get some new stuff. We’ll try to write as much as we can. I’m really excited. I think we’re gonna definitely have a new Killer Be Killed [album] next year, man — I can say that I’m pretty much 99 percent sure it’s gonna happen… Hopefully we’ll have some stuff done [during this songwriting session], enter the studio sometime… I’m hoping maybe at the end of the year we can actually go in the studio and record some, and continue maybe next year, and have a record out next year. That’s the perfect plan for me, at least I think in my mind.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Ben Coller (Converge) Is Now A Permanent Member Of Killer Be Killed

Killer Be Killed, the supergroup composed of Max Cavalera (Ex-Sepultura, Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy), Greg Puciato (Dillinger Escape Plan), Troy Sanders (Mastodon), and apparently Juan Montoya (MonstrO) for live shows, now have an official new member in their ranks. Cavalera recently revealed that Ben Koller, who originally was a fill in for drummer Dave Elitch (ex-The Mars Volta) during the band’s first performances, is now a permanent member of the group.

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Here’s what he told Wall Of Sound when asked if Koller is the band:

“Pretty much. We introduced Ben at Soundwave Festival and asked him to be part of the group. He’ such a great drummer and musician.”

He also said the following when asked if he was writing for the band’s new album:

“Not writing yet. I don’t write on the road, too chaotic. I’ve got some ideas though. Now I know Greg and Troy and we have Ben Koller playing drums. We’re going to make a kick ass second record.”

Killer Be Killed Plan To Release New Album In 2016

Killer Be Killed, the supergroup composed of Max Cavalera (Ex-Sepultura, Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy), Greg Puciato (Dillinger Escape Plan), Troy Sanders (Mastodon) and Dave Elitch (ex-The Mars Volta), are planning to release their sophomore effort next year. Cavelera revealed the news during an interview with Metal Hammer:

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Here’s what he had to say:

“There’s another Killer Be Killed record coming next year, and more Cavalera Conspiracy stuff in the future. At this point I’m just letting it roll. Whatever happens will happen – that’s my attitude. I’m not forcing anything. If it happens, great; if not then it’s still okay.”

Killer Be Killed Release “Curb Crusher” Music Video

Killer Be Killed (Soulfly, Dillinger Escape Plan etc.) have premiered a new video for their song “Curb Crusher.” This song is taken from the band’s self-titled debut album, which was released on May 13, 2014. The video was filmed during the band’s live debut, at the Soundwave Festival, in Australia.

Greg Puciato Discusses The Possibility Of A New Killer Be Killed Album & Future Touring

Killer Be Killed, the band featuring Max Cavalera (Ex-Sepultura, Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy), Greg Puciato (Dillinger Escape Plan), Troy Sanders (Mastodon) and Dave Elitch (ex-The Mars Volta), may be making new music and playing more shows in the future. In a new interview with Metal Hammer, Puciato said there will “absolutely” be more live performances and that they already have a lot of material for a second album.

He said the following:

“As soon as we ended the first ‘Sidewave’ [concert], which was in Melbourne, the first club show, as soon as we ended that and walked off stage, that was the moment we were, like, ‘Okay, yeah, we need to do more of this. We need to absolutely do more of this.’ We were having so much fun.”

“For me, it feels like I’m fifteen years old, playing in a band — just having a blast, and there’s no expectation, and you don’t really think that anyone’s gonna care, and you’re just playing for the love of it. I look at Max, and he kind of looks like a child again. He said to me when we got off stage, ‘I haven’t felt like this since the first Soulfly record came out. I haven’t felt this happy and this stoked.’ I think we were all kind of just saying, ‘Man, we have something really good here.’ And then we’re all still, obviously, extremely in love with our main bands, so we have to kind of go back to reality after this and be, like, ‘All right. We’ve gotta get back to work in Dillinger, Mastodon, Soulfly And Converge.’ But we kind of already had the, ‘When are you gonna be off? Are we all off at the same time? What can we do?’ I’ve got so many riffs and so many song ideas, Troy’s got so many, Max’s got so many…”

“So we’re gonna for sure book some more shows. We’re gonna come back to Australia. We’re already looking at trying to find time to track album No. 2. So, yeah, this was kind of the proving ground, and now that we’ve come down here and seen that everything feels like a band, we’re gonna keep doing it.”