SEPULTURA Frontman's MUSICA DIABLO Interviewed On Brazil's 'Pé Na Porta'
On February 19, Showlivre.com's "Pé na Porta" program aired an interview with MUSICA DIABLO — the São Paulo, Brazil-based thrash metal project featuring SEPULTURA singer Derrick Green, guitarist André L.A. (NITROMINDS), bassist Ricardo Brigas, guitarist André Germani Curci (KORZUS, THREAT) and drummer Edu Nicollini (NITROMINDS). Watch the chat below. (Note: The interview was conducted in Portuguese.)
As previously reported, MUSICA DIABLO will perform at this year's Wilwarin festival, which will be held June 4-5 in Ellerdorf, Germany.
MUSICA DIABLO spent the month of January recording 11 songs for its debut album. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Live To Buy", "Twisted Hate", "Work Out" and "The Flame Of Anger".
A rough-mix version of one of the tracks can be streamed using the audio player below.
MUSICA DIABLO last year parted ways with drummer Marcão (AÇÃO DIRETA, DEAD FISH) and replaced him with Nicollini. The band also added a second guitarist in the shape of André Germani Curci.
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