SEPULTURA To Perform On MTV Brazil's 'Video Music Awards'

SEPULTURA will perform their song "Kaiowas" on MTV Brazil's "Video Music Awards 2004" ("Video Music Brasil 2004") on October 5 at Palácio de Convenções do Anhembi in São Paulo. Joining SEPULTURA during the performance will be NAÇÃO ZUMBI and a cello quartet.

SEPULTURA's video (Windows Media) for "Mindwar" has been nominated for "Best Photography", "Best Editing" and "Best Rock Video" at "Video Music Awards 2004" (a complete list of nominees can be viewed at this location). The clip, which was filmed in a 30-story parking garage in downtown São Paulo, Brazil on April 18, was directed by Ricardo DellaRosa, who had previously worked with the group on the clip for their rendition of U2's "Bullet The Blue Sky". That video won the award for "Best Direction of Photography" at last year's "Brazilian Cinematography Association Awards" and at MTV's "Video Music Awards".

SEPULTURA will embark on a European tour with MOTÖRHEAD beginning in early November. A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates can be viewed at this location.


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