SEPULTURA guitarist Andreas Kisser was joined on stage by his 15-year-old son Yohan Kisser last night (Friday, March 29) for a special performance at Ao Vivo Music Bar in São Paulo, Brazil. The show featured a setlist that consisted of cover versions of classic songs from METALLICA, THE BEATLES, SCORPIONS, JUDAS PRIEST and DEEP PURPLE, among others.
Video footage of Andreas and Yohan performing a cover version of METALLICA's "Seek & Destroy" during last night's concert can be seen below.
Andreas and his wife, Patricia Perissinotto Kisser, have three children together: Giulia, Yohan and Enzo.
SEPULTURA played its first show with new drummer Eloy Casagrande (GLÓRIA, ANDRÉ MATOS) on November 25, 2011 in Lichtenfels, Germany.
The band recently finished touring in support of its 12th studio album, and Nuclear Blast Records debut, "Kairos", which hit stores in July 2011.
Kisser's solo debut, "Hubris I & II", was nominated in the "Best Brazilian Rock Album" category at the 2010 Latin Grammys.
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