SEPULTURA's ANDREAS KISSER: Six Songs From Solo Album Available For Streaming
Six songs from SEPULTURA guitarist Andreas Kisser's just-released solo album, "Hubris I & II" — "Breast Feeding", "Virgulandia", "Domenicana", "Lava Sky", "Hubris" and "A Million Judas Iscariotes" — are available for streaming on his MySpace page.
Kisser performed two songs from "Hubris I & II", on Brazil's Radiola TV last week. Watch video footage of the performance below.
"Hubris I & II" was released on June 15 via Holland's Mascot Records. A two-disc set, the self-produced effort was recorded in part at A Voz do Brasil studio in São Paulo, Brazil.
Kisser previously stated about the album, "I'm very pleased with the result and I'm excited to hear it all done. It was a long process, a learning process and a great experience. It's a musical journey trough the influences I had for last 15 years of my life and at the same time it's very different from everything I did so far."
"Hubris" comes from Greek word "hybris," which means "excessive pride, wanton violence."
(Thanks: Markus Krispler / www.sepularmy.net)
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