NewsOctober 4, 2000 5:47 PM ET2,233 views

Sepultura studio update

The guys from Sepultura are still busy working on "Nation", their next full-length for Roadrunner Records. The band has been recording at AR Studios in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for over four weeks. They have recently finished recording the drums and guitars, while the bass tracks are being recorded this week. The bass sessions will include a guest musician, Marinho from Pavilhao 9, who will lend his skills in a bass duet with Paulo, to be featured on "Uma cura". The album will reportedly include 14 new songs and 3 covers. Steve Evetts has been handling the production duties. Check out the band's official website to see 20 pictues they've just posted of the recording sessions.

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