SEPULTURA: Online Chat Scheduled
SEPULTURA will participate in an online chat at 11:00 PM GMT tonight, Wednesday, July 17th via the group's official web site at this location. In other news, you can view the cover for the group's upcoming Chaos DVD by clicking here.
As previously reported, Chaos contains all three of SEPULTURA's VHS releases compiled onto one format. With a playing time of around three hours, it features the following:
** Under Siege video. Filmed live in Barcelona in 1991 on the Arise tour.
** Third World Chaos video. Includes clips for "Slave New World", "Refuse/Resist", "Territory", "Arise", and "Dead Embryonic Cells" as well as live footage from Donington, Red Rocks and Brazilian festivals.
** We Are What We Are video. Featuring clips for "Roots Bloody Roots", "Ratamahatta", and "Attitude".
Chaos is scheduled for an August 12th release via Roadrunner.
(Thanks: Metal Shop)
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