SEPULTURA Bassist's THE UNABOMBER FILES: Debut EP Available
THE UNABOMBER FILES, the Brazilian extreme metal project featuring SEPULTURA bassist Paul Xisto Pinto Jr. alongside current/former members of EMINENCE and THE MIST, has just released a six-song EP containing the following tracks:
02. Dressed In Black
03. God Is A Bipolar Motherfucker
04. Buried In My Bunker
05. The Clown
06. Adjust The Timer
You can stream the entire EP below.
Formed in April 2009, THE UNABOMBER FILES' goal is "to play simple and heavy raw music with sarcastic lyrics," according to a press release. Lyrical excerpts include "When I look at you all, I just can see you all in pieces" ("Borderline"); "The skill of making a curve or a perfect circle with your brand new wheelchair" ("Buried In My Bunker"); and "My sarcastic scream disrespects your silence. My fake painted smile…It's time to count up all those opened graves" ("The Clown").
THE UNABOMBER FILES is:
Allan Wallace (EMINENCE) - Guitar
Paulo Xisto Pinto Jr. (SEPULTURA) - Bass
Vladimir Korg (THE MIST) - Vocals
André Márcio (EMINENCE) - Drums
For more information, go to this location.
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