A four-minute video report from SEPULTURA's appearance at the Wanted Festival in Budapest, Hungary on June 28, including a short interview with drummer Igor Cavalera, has been posted online at this location (file size: 35 MB). You can also check out live pictures of SEPULTURA, taken at the Waldrock Festival in Bergum, Holland on June 21, by clicking here.In other SEPULTURA-related news, the band have been nominated for five awards at this year's edition of "MTV Brasil Video Music Awards". The video for "Bullet The Blue Sky" (originally written and recorded by U2) is up for an award in the following categories: "Best Video Editing", "Best Photography", "Best Rock Video" and "Viewers' Choice". In addition, the band's official web site, www.sepultura.com.br, has been nominated in the "Best Web Site" category. The awards presentation will take place in August.
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