SEPULTURA: Last-Ever Show With Max To Be Issued On CD
A live recording of the last-ever performance of the classic SEPULTURA line-up of Max Cavalera (guitar/vocals), Igor Cavalera (drums), Andreas Kisser (guitar) and Paulo Pinto Jr. (bass), which took place at Brixton Academy in London on December 16th, 1996, is tentatively scheduled to be released in CD form, under the title Live At Brixton, through Roadrunner Records in August.
In other news, SEPULTURA premiered one new song, tentatively titled "Corrupted", at the first show of their Brazilian Nation tour in Catanduva, Brazil on Saturday, April 6th. The full set list for the evening was as follows (in no particular order):
02. Troops of Doom
05. Slave New World
08. Who Must Die?
09. Biotech is Godzilla
12. Border Wars
13. Dirty Deeds Done The Cheap (AC/DC)
14. Inner Self/Beneath the Remains
15. Desperate Cry (incomplete)
16. Arise/Dead Embrionic Cells (medley)
17. We Who Are Not As Others (Derrick on rhythm guitar)
19. Iron Fist (MOTORHEAD)
20. Corrupted (new)
24. Roots Bloody Roots
Pictures taken at the gig can be viewed at this location.
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