SEPULTURA Guitarist Lends Hand On SILENT CIVILIAN's Cover Of SLAYER Classic

SEPULTURA guitarist Andreas Kisser recently took time away from recording with ASESINO at Undercity Studios in Los Angeles to record a guest lead on SILENT CIVILIAN's cover of the SLAYER track "War Ensemble". The song is set to appear on an as-yet-untitled SLAYER tribute album, which is set for a June 6 release through Mediaskare. Other bands set to be featured on the CD include NEW DEAD RADIO ("South of Heaven"), THE BURNING ROOM ("Mandatory Suicide"), ASESINO (featuring ex-FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares), DEATH BY STEREO, ON BROKEN WINGS, SCARS OF TOMORROW, THE ESOTERIC, COLD WAR, THE TASTE OF BLOOD, CONTRA, THE HUMAN ABSTRACT, IN THIS MOMENT, SUICIDE SILENCE and A DIFFERENT SELF.

SILENT CIVILIAN is the new band featuring former SPINESHANK vocalist Jonny Santos. The group's debut album, "Rebirth of the Temple", is scheduled for release on March 21 via Mediaskare.


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