ONESIDEZERO Guitarist Hopes For SEPULTURA Reunion

Reactivated Los Angeles heavy rockers ONESIDEZERO have posted a new song, entitled "Sleep", at their MySpace page.

In other news, ONESIDEZERO guitarist Levon Sultanian has issued the following recap of the band's appearance at the 10th annual D-Low Memorial Festival, which was held August 17 at the Marquee Theatre in Tempe, AZ:

"Wow, what a weekend it was... First of all, I'd like to send a huge thank you to Max and Glo Cavalera (SOULFLY Tribe) for inviting us to be a part of such an important family event such as the 10th annual D-Low memorial festival.

"Then, at about half-way through SOULFLY's set, who's getting up on drums to rock a couple of old SEPULTURA songs...? None other than [Max's brother Igor Cavalera...all I can say is, WOW...! WOW! I mean I've seen SOULFLY play with some amazing drummers like the guy they got now and, of course, Mr. Roy Mayorga, but I gotta say man, watching Igor up there was something else. Those two guys rocked it as if it was only yesterday that they last jammed... not 10 years ago... WOW! I stood there on side-stage from start to finish and just soaked it all in...What a fuckin' night for a metalhead who grew up listening to those guys... I don't know but I hope this sparks a whole new life into them to bring SEPULTURA back with the OG line up..."

ONESIDEZERO's debut album, "Is This Room Getting Smaller", came out in 2001. The band's vocalist, Jasan Radford, spent a couple of years fronting ABLOOM, the Los Angeles-based group featuring former members of SOULFLY and SNOT, but eventually left the band and returned to ONESIDEZERO.


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