SEPULTURA Bassist To Guest On New EMINENCE Album

SEPULTURA bassist Paulo Xisto Pinto Jr. has recorded a guest appearance on the new album from Brazilian extreme metallers EMINENCE. Video footage of Paulo laying down his tracks can be seen below.

EMINENCE made its U.S. live debut on Friday, October 19 aboard The Star of Palm Beach at Pier 40, West Houston St. at West Side Highway, in New York City. Headlining the event was PRONG, with additional support from FOR SLEEPING OR JUMPING.

EMINENCE's latest CD, "The God Of All Mistakes", was released in March 2008 via Locomotive Records. The effort was recorded at Maquina Studios with producer by Tue Madsen (ROB HALFORD, MNEMIC, THE HAUNTED). The mixing sessions took place at the Antfarm studio in Ã…rhus, Denmark.


Alan Wallace - Guitar
Bruno Paraguay - Vocals
Andre Marcio - Drums
Thiago Correa - Bass


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