SEPULTURA Guitarist Jams Out On Rock Classics During Online Chat

SEPULTURA guitarist Andreas Kisser and his solo band, dubbed BRASIL ROCK STARS, performed five songs live in the studio during an online chat with Brazilian web portal Terra on Thursday, September 19th. The group — who are scheduled to appear at Via Funchal in São Paulo, Brazil on Wednesday, September 25th — played covers of five rock classics, including those by DEEP PURPLE, MOTÖRHEAD, JIMI HENDIX and BLACK SABBATH. To view three of the tracks performed during the session in Real Video or Windows Media format, follow this link. The songs available for viewing are as follows:

01. Lazy (DEEP PURPLE)
02. Purple Haze (JIMI HENDRIX)
03. Supernaut (BLACK SABBATH) *

* Note: "Supernaut" is mislabeled on the Terra web site as "Ace of Spades" by MOTÖRHEAD.


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