SEPULTURA Performs At Brazil's FESTIVAL KURA DEL SUR; Video Available

SEPULTURA guitarist Andreas Kisser has issued the following update:

"Yesterday [Saturday, September 29], we played in Cuiaba, state of Mato Grosso (MT) for the first time ever. It was a festival called 'Kura del Sur' in its first edition.

"It's rare to see bands from our neighboring countries playing in Brazil. This festival brought bands from Paraguai, Colombia and Bolivia. It was a great festival that also donated part of the money to the Children's Cancer Hospital from MT. They are doing a campaign to raise funds and you can help too. I don't know how an international call will work but the number is: 0800-703-41-44."

Watch fan-filmed video footage of SEPULTURA performing the classic song "Roots Bloody Roots" at Brazil's Festival Kura del Sur below.

In a recent interview with Romania's Metalhead TV, SEPULTURA guitarist Andreas Kisser stated about the band's current touring/recording plans, "Our intention, really, is to play as much as we can to prepare this band to start writing new material. So we're gonna start writing a new album at the end of the year, hopefully to release next year, sometime in the second [half of 2008]."

Back in March, SEPULTURA filmed the second video from their "Dante XXI" album, for the song "Ostia". The clip was shot at a studio in São Paulo prior to the band's departure for their European tour. During the following week, the video crew and the main actor shot the outdoor scenes in downtown São Paulo. The script, which adapts the story from the book "The Divine Comedy" to the modern days, was directed by Geraldo Moraes.


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