SEPULTURA's PAULO XISTO PINTO JR. Featured In Latest Episode Of 'Tour Pranks'

SEPULTURA's PAULO XISTO PINTO JR. Featured In Latest Episode Of 'Tour Pranks'

Each episode of Digital Tour Bus's "Tour Pranks" features an artist telling one or more of their favorite prank stories from being on tour. In the latest episode, which was filmed on May 22 in Chicago, Illinois, bassist Paulo Xisto Pinto Jr. of Brazilian/American metallers SEPULTURA, talks about a prank story involving MOTÖRHEAD.

SEPULTURA's North American tour with DESTRUCTION and ARSIS kicked off in Phoenix, Arizona on May 10 and ended on June 14 in Grand Junction, Colorado.

SEPULTURA was joined by legendary guitarist Steve Vai on stage during the band's May 9 performance at the Rock In Rio USA festival in Las Vegas, Nevada.

SEPULTURA recently recorded a new song called "DarkSide" for the Brazilian publisher DarkSide Books. The track was "inspired by the darker side of literature."

The band's latest album, "The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart", came out on October 29, 2013 via Nuclear Blast.

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