Jay Weinberg (SLIPKNOT), David Sanchez (HAVOK) and Jasin Todd (formerly of SHINEDOWN) are among the more than 50 musicians who took part in "Metal Fest: A Tribute To Roadrunner Records" on September 20 at The Basement East in Nashville, Tennessee.
Video footage of Weinberg, Sanchez, Todd and Brandon Bruce (TIME TRAP) performing cover versions of the SEPULTURA classics "Arise" and "Refuse/Resist" can be seen below.
First conceived as an indie importer of metal albums in 1980, Roadrunner Records — now in its 35th year — has grown into the most significant and innovative label in heavy music culture. Roadrunner's passion for artist development and commitment to integrity made the label the home of choice for legendary groups such as SEPULTURA, MACHINE HEAD, KING DIAMOND, LIFE OF AGONY and TYPE O NEGATIVE, while its current roster boasts the powerfully diverse likes of SLIPKNOT, STONE SOUR, GOJIRA, COHEED AND CAMBRIA, TRIVIUM and many more. Roadrunner's affection for artistry continues today as a new generation of incredible artists, including THE AMITY AFFLICTION, TURNSTILE, CODE ORANGE and KVELERTAK, continue to further the label's long-historied legacy.
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