SEPULTURA's CAVALERA Tracks Drums For Upcoming CD
SEPULTURA's Igor Cavalera laid down the drum tracks to three songs during the first day of recording (Sunday, Jan. 12) for the group's upcoming full-length album at AR Studios in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. View the band's progress in the studio via two studio webcams at this location.
The as-yet-untitled follow-up to last year's "Nation" is being produced by Steve Evetts (SNAPCASE, EARTH CRISIS), and is tentatively scheduled to surface in late spring/early summer through SPV/Steamhammer Records in Europe, JVC Records in Japan, and FNM/Universal Records in Brazil. The group are still negotiating a North American deal following their split with Roadrunner Records earlier in the year.
SEPULTURA have just released a covers-only EP, titled "Revolusongs", in Brazil and have shot a video for their rendition of U2's "Bullet The Blue Sky" — one of the cover tracks included on the CD. "Revolusongs" is tentatively scheduled to receive a European release through SPV/Steamhammer in February/March.
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