SEPULTURA guitarist Andreas Kisser joined EXODUS on stage earlier tonight (Thursday, December 1) at KC Vltavsk in Prague, Czech Republic to perform the classic EXODUS song "Piranha". Fan-filmed video footage of his appearance can be seen below.
SEPULTURA and EXODUS are currently on the road in Europe together as part of the "Thrashfest Classics" tour with DESTRUCTION, HEATHEN and MORTAL SIN.
SEPULTURA's setlist for "Thrashfest Classics" consists of material exclusively from the "Beneath The Remains", "Arise" and "Chaos A.D." albums. The trek's other co-headliner, EXODUS, is performing songs from the "Bonded By Blood", "Pleasures Of The Flesh" and "Fabulous Disaster"; DESTRUCTION is playing tracks from "Sentence Of Death" and "Infernal Overkill"; and HEATHEN is performing selections from "Breaking The Silence" and "Victims Of Deception". MORTAL SIN's setlist consists of material from the "Mayhemic Destruction" and "Face Of Despair" albums.
SEPULTURA recorded a cover version of "Piranha" for its covers-only EP, titled "Revolusongs", which was released through FNM/Universal Records in Brazil in December 2002.
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