Posts tagged Max Cavalera
Episode 98: Primitive by Soulfly

We’re back with Max this week on the Roach Koach Podcast, listening to the second Soulfly album, Primitive. Topics discussed: Who’s Tweeting, Who’s Beefing, Wes vs Aaron, the Discography Discussion podcast, Lorin’s nu-metal punditry, Human Waste Project feedback, a Cold intervention, a birthday release for Jenny, Toby Wright, Soulfly album art, Happy Max, Songmotherfuckingmeanings.com, “That chorus is a beat down”, “Bring it”, moody boy outros, activating a pit fast and hard, battery acid to the face, Sean Lennon, Boner Not Boner, Better than the Beatles?; Would performing this album live kill everyone?; classic tracks, “It’s too hot to stoke”, “the healed burns of hope”, butt breathers, the rare Max misstep, Cece Peniston, the Juggalo Hundo, and Canon Talk, where Lorin, Jenny and Matt decide if Max Cavalera goes in to the Nu-Metal Canon for a third time. Will he? Listen and find out! 

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Episode 41: Against by Sepultura

This week on the Roach Koach Podcast, the Three Bears of Nu-Metal, Jenny, Lorin and Matt, check in on Sepultura and see how they responded after Max Cavalera left the band, with their album Against. Topics discussed:Should this have been a hardcore album?; Pit stokers instead of pit activators, how many of these songs are about Max?; Is this album desperate or just passive aggressive?; “Aren’t we all Paolo?”; filthy riffs, the meaning behind the masks, “Dude. Don’t.”; “Trees, hemoglobin, trees”, Who’s Tweeting, the Talk Toomey podcast, iTunes reviews, Lorin deals with criticism, and of course the answer to the question, does Sepultura deserve another spot in the Nu-Metal Canon?

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Episode 40: Soulfly by Soulfly

Pits activated, pits stoked, pits of all kinds are evoked on this new episode of The Roach Koach Podcast. This week Jenny, Lorin and Matt do double duty, as they discuss Soulfly’s self titled debut along with Max Cavalera’s autobiography, My Bloody Roots. Topics include: Is music better when you’re drunk?; poor Paolo, Max’s prolific output, Jenny’s history with Soulfly, “It takes a village to make Soulfly album”, the return of Sensual Chino, “Bring the shit”, Does no hope equal no fear?; dive bomber riffs, Lorin and Jenny’s respect for the canon, “Take that, Hootie!”; an overview of the Ten Commandments, Who’s Tweeting?; Mushroomhead feedback, the appeal of video games with water levels, and of course the answer to the question, does Soulfly deserve a place in the Nu-Metal Canon?

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Episode 14: Roots by Sepultura

Pits are activated and hearts are changed on this week's episode of Roach Koach. Lorin and Jenny give Matt Naas their full report from Return of the Dreads. They talk about meeting a fan, eating fries, and Jenny's change of heart regarding Korn. Once that business is handled, the team gives a listen to Sepultura's album Roots, another in a long line of productions by "The Angel" Ross Robinson. Does it make the Nu Metal Canon? Listen and find out! Please give us a like on Facebook, a follow on Twitter (@roachkoach) and a review on iTunes. 

Recorded by Matt Naas on location at the Indigo Porch.