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Below is our complete Sepultura news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Metallica posted a trailer for the upcoming first annual Orion Music + More Festival which takes place in Atlantic City on June 23-24, 2012. For a partial list of confirmed acts, head over to this location and for tickets and more information head over to this location. Recently added acts include Suicidal Tendencies and Sepultura.
As previously reported, the event will feature 22 artists, comedy and lifestyle elements. Check out the trailer here:
Italian act Sawthis will be support Sepultura for the Kairos East European Tour 2012, which also features Hatsphere on the bill. The band's tour dates are as follows:
20.03 – Riga (Latvia) “Melna Piekdiena”
21.03 – Tallinn (Estonia) “Tapper”
22.03 – Helsinki (Finland) “Virgin Oil”
23.03 – St.Petersburg (Russia) “Orlandina”
24.03 – Moscow (Russia) “Relax Club” (only Hatesphere, Sawthis)
25.03 – Nihzny Novorogod (Russia) “Premio Centre”
At the end of the tour the band will be hitting the recording studio to begin recording the successor to "Egod." For more info on Sawthis, check out the band's official Facebook profile.
Denmark's Hatesphere will be supporting Sepultrua on upcoming live shows in March. The band commented:
"HateSphere will be direct support for Brazilian legends Sepultura on the following Eastern European dates :
20.03 - Riga (Latvia) "Melna Piektdiena"
21.03 - Tallinn (Estonia) "Tapper"
22.03 - Helsinki (Finland) "Virgin Oil"
23.03 - St-Petersburg (Russia) "Orlandina"
25.03 - Nizhny Novogorod (Russia)"Premio Centre
"Stand by for more... In other news, HateSphere has the following UK dates alongside Cattle Decapitation and Incantation:
14.08 - The Well, Leeds
15.08 - Ivory Blacks, Glasgow
16.08 - Underground, London
"See y'all there!"
Brazilian act Sepultura announced that it will tour North America with Death Angel, Krisiun and Havok beginning this April. Dates and venues have not yet been announced. Sepultura is touring in support of its latest LP "Kairos," which was released in June 2011 (see Metal Underground's review here).
The organisers of Britain's Bloodstock Open Air festival has announced the addition of two legendary bands for this year's event, namely American power metal outfit Iced Earth and Brazilian thrash metal veterans Sepultura. The festival will take place at Catton Hall in Walton On-Trent, Derbyshire from August 10th-12th and features the following lineup, with more acts to be confirmed:
Ronnie James Dio Stage:
Alice Cooper (Headliner)
The Black Dahlia Murder
Sophie Lancaster Stage:
Sight Of Emptiness
Brazilian thrash metal veterans Sepultura have revealed that they will be heading overseas to South East Asia this coming February for a short run of tour dates. The currently announced dates for the trek can be found below.
02/03 Medan, INO – Gedung Pardede
02/04 Makasar, INO – Lap. basket Karibosi
02/07 Kuala Lumpur, MAL – Kuala Lumpur Live
02/09 Jakarta – INO – Parkir Selatan Senayan
02/11 Surabaya, INO – Jatim Expo
02/12 Bali, INO – Gor Ngurah Rai
Sepultura frontman Derrick Green shared a harrowing experience he had when the band was onroute to play a gig at the Hellraiser in Leipzig, Germany yesterday. He put the following photos and captions on his Facebook page about the driver's unfortunate parking accident, which dented the fuselage near his bus bunk. "This happened right next to my bed!! Let me tell you this is a hell of a way to wake up in the morning!!! The driver had some parking problems." An hour later, Derrick updated his status by putting a photo of the fixed bus with this caption: "Like magic it's all fixed!! Now everyone is high from the glue that was used to fix the window!!" More...
Brazilian metal legends Sepultura have confirmed that they have parted ways with drummer Jean Dolabella, who joined the band five years ago while they were touring in support of the "Dante XXI" album and subsequently recorded the albums, "A-Lex" and "Kairos" with the group.
"The period we spent with Jean in the band was very positive," said guitarist Andreas Kisser. "We've recorded two great albums together and did a lot of concerts which will be in Sepultura's history. We only have reasons to thank him for his contribution and energy all these years." More...
The Lokaos Rock Show has posted a new video interview online with Derrick Green of Sepultura, which can be viewed below. You can also find Sepultura's previously posted tour report video from the band's European shows earlier this year at this location.
Ukrainian black metallers Balfor have been confirmed for this year's edition of Eindhoven Metal Meeting 2011. The two-day festival event will be held on the 16th and 17th of December 2011. For further details, head over to the festival's website at this location. The currently announced billing is as follows:
Heaven Shall Burn
Milking The Goatmachine
Mar De Grises
Dawn Of Disease
On September 13th, Century Media will release the "Metal For The Masses Volume 9" compilation exclusively through Hot Topic. The release consists of three discs and 48 tracks.
"We're very excited to be putting out the 9th installment of the Metal For The Masses series," says Century Media President, Don Robertson. "This low priced Hot Topic exclusive has been a very important sampler of our artists for the last decade and has proven to be a great way to give the metal community a chance to discover new music."
The track listing is as follows:
Disc One (The Century Family)
1 - Winds of Plague - California
2 - Vampires Everywhere! - Carnage At The Castle
3 - Suicide Silence - You Only Live Once
4 - Architects (UK) - Day In Day Out
5 - iwrestledabearonce - Karate Nipples
6 - Demolisher - Two Sided Coin
7 - Arsonists Get All The Girls - Will Someone Please Turn Down the Ocean
8 - Earth Crisis - Total War
9 - Suffer Well - For Today, For Yesterday, For Everyday
10 - The Devastated - The Devil's Messenger
11 - Arch Enemy - Bloodstained Cross
12 - Turisas - The Great Escape
13 - Deicide - How Can You Call Yourself a God?
14 - 7 Horns 7 Eyes - Vindicator
15 - TesseracT - Eden
Disc Two (Nuclear Blast America)
1 - Decapitated - Homo Sum
2 - All Shall Perish - There's Nothing Left
3 - Symphony X - The End Of Innocence
4 - Sepultura - Kairos
5 - Lock Up - Brethren Of The Pentagram
6 - Belphegor - Impaled Upon The Tongue Of Satan
7 - Hell - On Earth As It Is In Hell
8 - Destruction - Hate Is My Fuel
9 - World Under Blood - God Among The Waste
10 - Korpiklaani - Tequila
11 - Agnostic Front - My Life My Way
12 - Graveyard - Ain't Fit To Live Here
13 - While Heaven Wept - Destroyer Of Solace
14 - Before The Dawn - Deathstar
15 - Sylosis - Empyreal
16 - Pain - Dirty Woman
17 - Origin - Expulsion of Fury
18 - Amorphis - You I Need
19 - Scar Symmetry - Extinction Mantra More...
Australian thrashers Mortal Sin announced that they will will be joining the Thrashfest Classics Tour with Sepultura, Exodus, Destruction, and Heathen. The band's announcement reads:
"We’re thrilled to announce Mortal Sin will be joining the 'Thrashfest Classics' tour through Europe in Nov/Dec 2011, thanks to Rock The Nation. The tour will also coincide with the European release of our new album “Psychology of Death” on 18th November 2011 through NoiseArt Records.
"As a new chapter in the life of Mortal Sin brings us back to our roots we will be proud to stand along side thrash legends Sepultura, Exodus, Destruction & Heathen performing for
generations of loyal followers on the Thrashfest Classics Tour. Thrashfest is proof that the unity among metal heads has stood the test of time and we are truly honoured to be a part of it."
Thrashfest Classics begins on November 25th, 2011 in Munich, Germany. Metalunderground.com posted the complete tour dates at this location.
Rock the Nation announced the Thrashfest Classic Tour featuring headliner Sepultura (performing "Beneath the Remains", "Arise" and "Chaos A.D."), co-headliner Exodus (performing "Bonded By Blood", "Pleasure Of The Flesh" and "Fabolous Disaster"), Destruction (performing "Sentence Of Death" and "Infernal Overkill") and Heathen ("Breaking The Silence" and "Victims Of Deception"). Another opening act will be announced soon.
The announcement reads:
"Back to the 80ties, back to the roots! Tour-promoter Rock The Nation turns back the time for you headbangers, catapulting you back into the glorious 80ties -- the unforgettable days of prime for thrash metal - with a phenomenal package of top-acts. Hardly another period of time carries so much metal-history with it than this one. Rough, rapid and impulsive sounds dominated the whole music-industry at that time. Breath-taking masterpieces of metallic art, which still enjoy authority and significance these days, emerged out of the creative urge of charismatic musicians and bands. Now the time is right to let the flair, the feeling and the sounds rise again! Thrashfest Classics is a pure celebration for the high-culture of thrash metal. Some of the most influential combos will perform their cult-albums in full length."
Thrashfest Classic Dates:
25.11.11 - Munich, Germany - Backstage
26.11.11 - Leeuwarden, Netherlands - Schaaf
27.11.11 - Paris, France - Bataclan
28.11.11 - Braunschweig, Germany - Meier Music Hall
29.11.11 - Würzburg, Germany - Posthalle
30.11.11 - Saarbrücken, Germany - Garage
01.12.11 - Prague, Czech Republic - Kd Vltavska
02.12.11 - Oberhausen - Turbinenhalle
03.12.11 - Giessen, Germany - Hessenhallen
04.12.11 - Antwerpen, Belgium - Trix
05.12.11 - Hamburg, Germany - Markthalle
06.12.11 - Göteburg, Sweden - Trädgarn
07.12.11 - Aarhus, Denmark - Voxhall
08.12.11 - Berlin, Germany - C-Club
09.12.11 - Katowice, Poland - Mega Club
10.12.11 - Leipzig, Germany - Hellraiser
11.12.11 - Bratislava, Slovakia - Majestic
12.12.11 - Zagreb, Croatia - Boogaloo
13.12.11 - Ljubljana, Slovenia - Kino Siska
14.12.11 - Bologna, Italy - Estragon
15.12.11 - Pratteln, Switzerland - Z-7
16.12.11 - Eindhoven, Netherlands - Effenaar
17.12.11 - Stuttgart, Germany -LKA
18.12.11 - Wien, Austria - Arena
The trailer for the tour can be viewed here:
Drum cam footage has been posted online, courtesy of Sick Drummer Magazine, of Sepultura performing the song "Seethe" at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco. Check out the clip below.
Sepultura also recently posted a European tour video report online, which can be found at this location.
Sepultura has posted a video report online from the band's 2011 European tour dates. You can check out the video clip below.
Sepultura also recently release the new album "Kairos." You can check out Metalunderground.com's review of the album here.
Persian melodic death metal band Arsames will release a four-song EP called "Persian Death Metal Tribute to Warriors Of Metal" this summer. The EP includes covers of Amon Amarth, Kreator, Carcass and Sepultra. There will be a bonus track, "Testament of the King," on the album, which is remixed and remastered from the band's previous album, "Immortal Identity."
You can check a trailer of the EP here.
GuitarWorld.com and Sepultura have teamed up to offer fans the chance to stream the band’s forthcoming 12th studio album, "Kairos," (reviewed here) before it hits stores on July 12th. Head over to this location to stream Sepultura’s Nuclear Blast Records debut in its entirety.
The album's track listing is as follows:
4. Just One Fix (Ministry cover)
8. Born Strong
9. Embrace The Storm
10. No One Will Stand
11. Structure Violence (Azzes)
The "Kairos" deluxe edition will contain two bonus tracks, “Firestarter” (The Prodigy cover) and “Point Of No Return,” as well as a bonus making of DVD. Sepultura also recently posted a track-by-track breakdown for "Kairos."
American metal outfit Machine Head has announced that they will be promoting their forthcoming new studio album,"Unto The Locust" in South America by performing select shows in Brazil, Argentina and Chile, where they will be joined by Brazilian metal legends Sepultura.
Machine Head vocalist/guitarist Robb Flynn exclaims, "Going back to South America is going to be fucking rad! The crowds there are absolutely insane, it has been a long time coming and we cannot wait for this! We've been working on getting back there for a while now and this proved to be a great opportunity." He adds, "This is going to crush, and having Sepultura together with us? Well, all I'll say is that these dates are going to be one hell of a monster unleashed on the crowds in Brazil, Argentina and Chile. No one will be left standing at the end of the night!"
Sepultura frontman Derrick Green adds, "We are all looking forward to touring with Machine Head in South America. It was an idea that we have had for some time and it will be a great pleasure to share the stage with them. This is a show that cannot be missed by anyone."
The tour dates are as follows: More...
Brazilian thrash metal legends Sepultura has posted the final part in their series of track by track breakdowns of their new studio album, "Kairos." You can check out what the final three songs meant to the band below:
"Embrace The Storm" - "A song about persistence and faith, not being scared about the worst moments in life, they are a part of our growing as humans and we do not fear any storms that might happen in life. We overcome the bad times with a lot of work and learning with our mistakes. The music has a kind of melodic riffs, with a little of Ozzy/Rhoads influence, and is very heavy!!"
"No One Will Stand" - "Here we try to express our feelings when we are on stage, making the analogy of war, going to battle every night, we take no prisoners, total destruction. Conquering a new territory every time we go out on tour, leaving our mark, exchanging a wonderful type of energy with the crowd, the best experience for any musician, to be on stage. The song is very fast, very trash with the influence of the early hard core bands and attitude. It is very old school."
"Structure Violence (Azzes)" - "This song is a collaboration with the French percussive group Les Tambours Du Bronx, a brutal heavy group that makes a huge sound with oil gallons and some electronic pads, it is amazing. We managed to record the song in different studios, we in Brazil, them in France, and the result is fantastic. The more organic sounds of Sepultura mixed so well with their heavy machinery sounds. We did the lyrics on the three languages, Portuguese, English and French, and it was inspired by the up rising in the Arab world, specially the crisis in Egypt, who took off from power the dictator Mubarak and started a whole wave of protests in other countries." More...
There is absolutely no question about it, if you want to go to a metal festival, go to a European one. Wacken Open Air and Download might well be the most famous, with the Sonisphere events gaining plenty of exposure too, but for my money, it just doesn't get any better than Graspop Metal Meeting, which takes place in a small town in Belgium called Dessel. This would be my third time attending the event, and more likely than not, it won't be the last.
The festival kicked off on Friday the 24th with a rather unusual choice of band, namely FM. The band features two former members of New Wave Of British Heavy Metal band, Samson but their style is much more album orientated rock than metal. Nevertheless, they proved to be a good way to start the festivities, opening with the song, "Wildside." As it was only half past eleven in the morning and the majority of the crowd had been up all night drinking and shouting, "TIMMY!" it took the audience a little while to get into the mood. In any case, they were still very appreciative of FM and perhaps the biggest response came when the band performed a cover of "Heard It Through The Grapevine," a song made famous by soul legend Marvin Gaye. Maybe it would have been better to start with something a little heavier, but either way, FM put in a solid performance and were warmly received.
After deciding to skip the first bands on the Marquees, we hung around the main stage to wait for the next band, Dio Disciples. I've always liked "Ripper" Owens and felt that he doesn't get the credit he deserves so the prospect of him singing Dio songs this afternoon seemed quite interesting. "Interesting" didn't quite cover Dio Disciples though, as when they took the stage, they instantly proved themselves to be an outstanding way to remember Ronnie James Dio. Owens was in top form for the performance, which opened with "Stand Up And Shout" before leading into the classic, "Holy Diver." Owens isn't the only vocalist in the band either, as he is joined by Little Angels singer Toby Jepson, who was just as impressive as Owens and whose voice was absolutely magnifficent. The group frequently got the crowd to cheer as loud as they could whenever Dio's name was mentioned and most importantly, they seemed to be genuine about what they were doing. Make no mistake, Dio Disciples are not a cash in, they are one of the most heartfelt tributes to anything you will ever see. If Dio could see his music living on like this, with two amazing vocalists leading the charge, he would be proud. More...