SEPULTURA Guitarist Guests On New BURNING IN HELL Album

SEPULTURA guitarist Andreas Kisser makes a guest appearance on the track "The Waterfalls" from Brazilian power/speed metal band BURNING IN HELL's second album, "Believe". Kisser previously completed a series of successful workshops throughout Brazil with BURNING IN HELL drummer Marcelo Moreira.

In addition to Kisser, "Believe" features the blistering melodic guitar attack of Tiago Della Vega and Geraldo Aita, who are said to be one the world's fastest, most skilled and technical guitar duos of the current scene.

"Believe" track listing:

01. Indian Forest
02. Little Indian Voice
03. Medusa
04. Believe
05. Never Surrender
06. Guide Of Dead
07. Save The Queen, Save The King
08. Stay Together Forever
09. Code Of Honour
10. The Waterfalls (feat. Andreas Kisser)
11. Goddesses of Fate - Part I
12. Goddesses of Fate - Part II
13. God Of Thunder (Bonus Track)

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The cover artwork for "Believe" was designed by Isis Souza (STEEL ATTACK, AMAZON, THALION).


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