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.”