SEPULTURA's official web site has been updated with the following message:
"SEPULTURA guys are taking a rest with their families right now, but next week they'll get back to São Paulo and back in the studio to finish writing the new album, which they plan to release in 2005.
"A lot of plans for the band this year. New album coming out, a live DVD to be recorded in March and some shows around the globe to keep the energy flowing. For now they have shows scheduled in Argentina, Brazil and Dubai (Arab Emirates - Middle East)."
As previously reported, SEPULTURA's upcoming DVD is expected to include behind-the-scenes footage shot by frontman Derrick Green over the past several years since he joined the band. SEPULTURA will reportedly write and record new songs to go with Green's film.
SEPULTURA's latest CD, "Roorback", was issued in North America in August 2003 via SPV Records. The follow-up to 2001's "Nation" was recorded and mixed by producer Steve Evetts (SNAPCASE, EARTH CRISIS) at Mosh Studios in São Paulo, Brazil, and was released in Europe in May 2003 through SPV.
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