SEPULTURA: Dave Lombardo to Guest on New Album
Dave Lombardo, former drummer for thrash legends SLAYER, will be featured on the upcoming album by Brazilian-American thrashers SEPULTURA. Lombardo was having some quality-time with his kids and dog at the beach near the studio where SEPULTURA is recording, when sound guru Ross Robinson (MACHINE HEAD, SLIPKNOT, KORN, FEAR FACTORY) asked him if he wanted to guest on the recording.
Commented Kisser: “He came and it was so nice, so special, so awesome! He is one of the nicest guys in business and he enjoyed the idea a lot. Ross and Mike prepared two drum sets on the living room, facing each other, no cymbals, just tribal drums! When the mics were all ready and running Eloy and Dave started playing and the magic was on; so great! The part they recorded will be a special part on the middle of one of the songs. It came out crazy!”
Read guitarist Andreas Kisser’s entire story of how Lombardo came to be featured on the band’s new album here: http://blogs.diariodepernambuco.com.br/estudiosepultura/en/diario-de-estudio-parte-4/
SEPULTURA have reunited with producer Ross Robinson (KORN,) for their upcoming record, which is tentatively due in October via Nuclear Blast Records. The album is currently being tracked at Robinson‘s studio in Venice, California and is being co-produced by Steve Evetts (THE DILLENGER ESCAPE PLAN, SYMPHONY X, INCANTATION), who previously worked with SEPULTURA on their Nation (2001), Revolusongs (2002) and Roorback (2003) albums, in addition to having collaborated with Ross on a number of other projects in the past. The as of yet untitled album is tentatively scheduled for a Fall 2013 release.
SEPULTURA released Kairos, their 12th studio album and Nuclear Blast Records debut, on July 12, 2011. Kairos was recorded once again at Trama Studios in São Paulo, Brazil and produced and mixed by Roy Z. (JUDAS PRIEST, HALFORD, BRUCE DICKINSON, HELLOWEEN). Mastering was handled by Maor Appelbaum at Maor Appelbaum Mastering. Cover artwork was handled this time around by artist Erich Sayers.