Max Cavalera, Alex Newport
Background information Origin Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Nottingham, England, United Kingdom
Genres Thrash metal, industrial metal, groove metal, hardcore punk Years active 1994–1995 Labels Roadrunner Associated acts Sepultura, Fudge Tunnel, Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy, Theory of Ruin Past members Max Cavalera
Nailbomb was an industrial / thrash metal band. The band formed as side project by Brazilian musician Max Cavalera of Sepultura and Soulfly and English musician Alex Newport of Fudge Tunnel. Together they recorded one studio album through Roadrunner Records, Point Blank, and played one live performance before disbanding.
Nailbomb hosted other musicians to play guest spots, including D.H. Peligro (Dead Kennedys), Max Cavalera's brother Igor Cavalera (Sepultura co-founder), and Mexican-American guitarist Dino Cazares (co-founder and guitarist of Fear Factory, Brujeria and Divine Heresy).
- Max Cavalera – (Sepultura, Cavalera Conspiracy, Soulfly) – vocals, guitars, bass, samples
- Alex Newport – (Fudge Tunnel, Theory of Ruin) – vocals, guitars, bass, samples
- Igor Cavalera (Sepultura, Cavalera Conspiracy) – studio and live drums
- Andreas Kisser (Sepultura) – studio guitars
- Dino Cazares (Fear Factory, Brujeria, Divine Heresy) – studio guitars
- D.H. Peligro (Dead Kennedys) – live drums
- Evan Seinfeld (Biohazard, Damnocracy) – live bass
- Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly, Delerium) – live keyboards
- Barry C Schneider (Tribe After Tribe) – live drums
- Scot (Doom) – live bass
- Dave Edwardson (Neurosis) - live vocals, bass
- Richie Bujnowski (Wicked Death) – studio guitars
- Studio albums
- Live albums
- Proud to Commit Commercial Suicide (1995, Roadrunner)
- Live at Dynamo (DVD, November 22, 2005)
- The heart of Roadrunner Records (2003, The All Blacks B.V.) (The song featured was Wasting Away)
- To Die For (1995, Columbia Pictures Industries) (The song featured was Wasting Away)
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- ^ a b "Band List, Industrial Metal, Nailbomb" at spirit-of-metal.com
- ^ "Life at Dynamo DVD 2005" at artistdirect.com
- ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 387. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
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