Jorge Fretes of Spain's GoetiaMedia.com recently conducted an interview with INCITE frontman Richie Cavalera, who is also the stepson of SOULFLY/CAVALERA CONSPIRACY mainman Max Cavalera. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.
INCITE's "Hopeless" video, which was recorded during the band's 2012 European tour, features live and rehearsal footage as well as footage taken on the streets of Berlin, Germany.
"Hopeless" comes off INCITE's sophomore album, "All Out War", which was released on November 20, 2012 via Minus Head Records. The CD was recorded at Darth Mader Music in Hollywood, California with producer Logan Mader (GOJIRA, SOULFLY). Revolver described the effort as "full of mean riffing and serious aggression" while Metal Hammer said the band "harnesses the kind of groove-driven power that LAMB OF GOD and, in more recent years, DEVILDRIVER have always nailed so perfectly."
INCITE released its debut album, "The Slaughter", in October 2009 via I Scream Records.
Richie Cavalera has made a number of guest appearances in the studio and on stage with both SOULFLY and CAVALERA CONSPIRACY.
Photo credit: Andrew Whitaker
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