Sepultura split with frontman Max Cavalera in 1996, and then with drummer Igor Cavalera about a decade later in 2006. The brothers have never reunited with the band since their departure, though maybe there's hope? In an interview with the Mike Nelson Show, Igor said reuniting with his former bandmates would be "awesome." He then notes he's perfectly happy with the "real reunion" of playing with his brother, but still – a Cavalera reunion with Sepultura would be nuts.
"I have to be honest with you, man. You know that the reunion, in my opinion, it's me and my brother. You know, like that's the person that I want to be united with. So, for me, that's…the other stuff, it doesn't happen…I can't really, you know, be too bummed about it. Of course, it would be amazing, but the real reunion for me is just me and my brother being together. That's what makes me happy."
Max and Igor recently wrapped up their tour performing songs from Sepultura's 1989 album Beneath The Remains and 1991 album Arise as Cavalera. The tour made headlines toward the end when Possessed vocalist Jeff Becerra joined the brothers on stage for a performance of Possessed's "Death Metal." Check that out here.