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Sepultura Finishes Recording Drum Tracks

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Sepultura bassist Paulo Xisto has posted the following message via Myspace:

"Just letting you know what's cooking in the studio: The machine Jean (Dolabella) has record 20 songs in two days and at the moment, we are ahead of our schedule. Later on today we will be listen to all material and move forward to the next step: guitars!"

The album is expected to drop in October.

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1. kev74d writes:

This should be an intresting album. I'm hoping it's not full of turn-tables and keyboards. LOL. I miss the original Sepultura.

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2. MetallicPunk writes:

You mean the tribute band who thinks their Sepultura,Its not Sepultura without the Cavalera brothers!

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3. kev74d writes:

Correct. Sepultura just doesn't sound like the Sepultura I love without those crazy Cavalera brothers. LOL.

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4. MetalMachine writes:

The whole act went south after Chaos AD. The Cavalera Conspiracy is just as bad as Soulfly or any post Chaos Sepultura album and getting the Remains/Arise Sepultura back together wouldn't change a thing. They are DONE BROTHA!!!

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