Sepultura's Igor Cavalera Goes Electronic on Debut Album with Mixhell, Gets Gui Boratto and Greg Puciato to Guest

Sepultura's Igor Cavalera Goes Electronic on Debut Album with Mixhell, Gets Gui Boratto and Greg Puciato to Guest
Igor Cavalera is perhaps best known as the former drummer of Brazilian metal vets Sepultura, but these days, he plays electronic music with Mixhell. Their debut album, Spaces, is out June 11 on Last Gang Records/Boysnoize Records.

Mixhell features Cavalera along with DJ wife Laima Leyton and bassist Max Blum. Their album was mixed by fellow Brazilian electronic producer Gui Boratto. According to a press release, Spaces "blends old and new, taking the best elements of both dance, electronica and rock to create a fresh and exciting sound."

Scroll past the tracklist below to watch a video for the jittery single "Exit Wound," which features vocals from Greg Puciato of Dillinger Escape Plan.

The band have lined up a few festival appearances for the summer, and a full tour is reportedly in the works.

Spaces:

1. Antigalactic
2. Exit Wound
3. Mind Drop
4. The Edge
5. The Way
6. Internal
7. Once Again
8. White Ropes
9. Daria
10. Come With Me