Odadjian and Titãs’ Tony Bellotto guested on Sepultura’s weekly stream for a Q&A and socially distant performance.
The bassist previously told Heavy Consequence that the project is “bass-driven hip-hop.”
It’s been nearly 14 years since the band released its last album.
The musician discussed his new company 22 red, which focuses on cannabis, streetwear, and music.
The bassist tells Heavy Consequence he’s confident that the band will eventually record a new album.
Shavo traded in his bass for an acoustic guitar as his little boy strummed an electric guitar.
The bassist hopes the band can set aside their creative differences and finally record a new album,
The long-awaited follow-up to 2005’s Mezmerize/Hypnotize has been shelved yet again.
The catch is that the eight-track LP is only available if you purchase a Boombotix speaker.
Bassist Shavo Odadjian offers another exciting update.