During a recent interview with Lee Bros Meats, Max Cavalera (Soulfly, etc.) offered a bit of an update on Killer Be Killed. He said he has been talking to the other members of the group and that he is hoping they will release a new album next year.
Cavalera had the following to say when asked about his future plans:
“Right now, I’m more focused on SOULFLY. We have two tours planned. Europe right now, and we have an American tour with UNEARTH. I do a little bit with my brother, [playing classic SEPULTURA albums] ‘Beneath The Remains’ and ‘Arise’ in Europe in November. I hope it comes to France. I think France would enjoy that. It’s a cool show. It’s different from SOULFLY. It’s like another part of my life I get to revisit. Then, of course, I still have KILLER BE KILLED, which I’m working on it for next year. I think we’ll hopefully have an album for next year for KILLER BE KILLED. I like this project a lot. I think we will have an album next year; I believe it. I’ve been talking to the guys. I think the first record was really good. It needed to be projected more, more promotion. More people needed to know about it. I think not a lot of people knew about it. So hopefully this time with this new one, we get to show it to more people. It’s a special project. I think the combination of me, Greg [Puciato, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN], Troy [Sanders, MASTODON] and Ben [Koller, CONVERGE] is very unique. It’s like THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, MASTODON, SOULFLY should not work. It should be shit. But it’s not. It’s good. I’m excited for next year.”