Watch: Soulfly perform Fear Factory cover of “Replica” with Dino Cazares in Roseville, CA

Video footage filmed by fans of SOULFLY perform a recovery THE FEAR FACTORYit’s “Replica” (after the introduction of “Body Hammer”) on February 15 at Goldfield in Roseville, Calif., can be seen below.

THE FEAR FACTORYit’s Dino Cazares play the guitar again SOULFLY on the Max Cavalera-the current American tour of the front outfit. He has already played with SOULFLY on the band’s latest set of US dates, which took place in August and September 2021.

SOULFLY kicked off their 35-date US tour on February 7 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The trek will make stops in Seattle, Minneapolis, Nashville and Baton Rouge before ending in Gallup, New Mexico on March 19. Joining the group for certain dates is SHORT WICK and 200 STAB WOUNDS.

Before the start of the tour, Cavalera commented : “SOULFLY welcome our brother/legend Dino Cazares to share the stage with us again! The first round was amazing! The tribe in other cities will now have the chance to see this epic lineup, playing classic trax and some surprises from our new record!”

Cazares added: “I’m going to get into the vortex of the riff with the SOULFLY Tribe! I can’t wait to join Max and La Familia as they tour the United States, destroying the stages with an avalanche of classic anthems and all-new songs.”

Last month, Max Recount Zippo Againit’s “The Art of Rock” live series: “It’s so cool that we have amazing friends like [Dino] in industry. that you can call dinosaur and it is available. So [it’s] just awesome… [Touring with him last year] It was so much fun, man, because dinosaur… We grew up together. I was a huge THE FEAR FACTORY fan. I helped them sign [to Roadrunner]. And then, of course, he plays on ‘An eye for an eye’ on the first SOULFLY [album]; he plays guitar on it. So when we brought him on this tour, it was a perfect match. And the fans, they lost their shit. It was so cool. Sometimes I stayed on the bus and watched dinosaur step out of the bus and he would simply be mobbed; 10 children surrounded him. I was, like, ‘Oh, that’s cool, man. This is what is happening. It’s real metal shit here.'”

In August, SOULFLY parted ways with longtime guitarist Marc Rizo due to personal differences.

Rizzo joined SOULFLY in 2004, and appeared on all of the band’s subsequent records, including “Prophecy” (2004), “Dark Times” (2005), “To conquer” (2008), “Presage” (2010), “Slave” (2012), “Savages” (2013), “Archangel” (2015) and “Ritual” (2018). In 2007, Rizzo became a member of CAVALERA PLOTthe side project of BURIAL co-founders, brothers Max and Igor Cavaleraand played on all CAVALERA PLOT versions, including “Inflicted”, “Blunt Trauma”, “Chaos” and the critically acclaimed 2017 LP “Psychosis”.

Max and his comrades have spent the past few months working on the 2018 sequel “Ritual” at Platinum Underground in Phoenix, Arizona with producer Arthur Rizewho has worked with CAVALERA PLOT, POWER TRIGGER and CODE AMBER.

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Floyd N. Morlan