SOULFLY: Video For NAILBOMB's 'Wasting Away' Surfaces

SOULFLY's official web site has been updated with the following message:

"Gloria [Cavalera, SOULFLY's manager] informs us that rumors are circulating that a videotape for the NAILBOMB track 'Wasting Away' has surfaced. NAILBOMB was a shortlived side project that Max Cavalera formed [with former FUDGE TUNNEL frontman Alex Newport] between the recording SEPULTURA's 'Chaos A.D.' and 'Roots'. It contains extremely rare footage that was nearly burnt in a fire that almost killed Max Cavalera's family friend. It should be out sometime early next year, but we are not 100% certain. Right now, everyone in SOULFLY is just getting ready for the holidays and the European tour which begins in January."

As previously reported, SOULFLY's video for the track "Frontlines" has been posted online at the Roadrunner Records U.K. web site. Check it out: High, Medium, Low.

"Frontlines" is the second single off the group's new album, "Dark Ages" (Roadrunner Records), available now on Roadrunner Records. The clip was filmed during the same week as the band's previous video, "Carved Inside", which was shot at a 700-year-old fortress on the shores of the Danube river in Serbia.

The follow-up to 2004's "Prophecy", "Dark Ages" was produced by SOULFLY mainman Max Cavalera and was mixed by Terry Date, who has previously worked with PANTERA and DEFTONES, among others.


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