SEPULTURA's upcoming mini-CD will feature two brand new original cuts, one of which is almost certain to be "Corrupted", the song the group have been performing live during their most recent Brazilian headlining gigs.As exclusively reported here yesterday, SEPULTURA are tentatively set to enter Trama studios in São Paulo, Brazil during August to record an EP consisting of five or six cover songs, to be released later in the year through an as-yet-undetermined label. At the moment, the plan is for the EP to be issued in Brazil only, although a possibility exists that it will be released in other parts of the world, "depending on how [the CD] turns out," according to drummer Igor Cavalera.
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