Sepultura Finishes Recording New Album

Band starts the mixing process.

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Sepultura has announced that they have finished recording their new album. A post on the DP in the Studio With Sepultura blog has revealed the full details.

"The recordings of Sepultura's new album have come to an end. After about 40 days inside the studio of their producer, Ross Robinson, in Venice, California, the Brazilians have concluded the main stage in the elaboration process for the album.

"Now, sound engineer Steve Evetts will come into play, being responsible for mixing and mastering the effort. The band is already back in Brazil, where they play today in Piracicaba in the coutryside of the state of Sao Paulo, starting a tour of Brazil which has a date scheduled for Caruaru in August 31st."

The blog DP In The Studio With Sepultura will keep on accompanying the progress of the album until its release, scheduled for October. Yet to be announced are the complete tracklist of the album, as well as, of course, the title and its cover. And Andreas Kisser himself has already confirmed that the blog is where all will be revealed first hand.

"We have come to the end of the recording process. Now, Ross Robinson will make sure everything is in order so Steve Evetts can start mixing the album. You will follow it all right here in the blog, even after we have left the studio.

The band has a Brazilian tour scheduled for this summer:

10/07 - Piracicaba - SP 11/07 - Sao Carlos - SP 14/07 - Boa Vista - SESC Boa Vista 19/07 - Sao Jose dos Campos - SESC Sao Jose dos Campos 09/08 - Goiania - Festival Go Music 10/08 - Indaial - River Rock festival 31/08 - Caruaru - Festival Agreste in Rock

18 comments sorted by best / new / date

    this version of sep is getting great, dante xxi and kairos were really good and they are a top live band too.
    Awwwwh yiiis
    I show I'm happy about this news and get downvoted, what the ****?
    But your rant about downvoting got upvoted. That is interesting I also cannot wait to hear what they had done. They covered Zombie Ritual by Death. If it is done as good as Just One Fix on Kairos...
    why do they bother anymore? max and igor were a huge part of sepultura. all it is now is a tribute act!
    Ok so I havent listened to Sep since the roots album. How many of these guys were in the band then and have they been putting out good albums?
    the only original members are the bassist and the lead guitarist. however the main drving force of the original band was the singer and drummer. This band is a shallow husk of the original. The bassist did not even record bass for the first few albums because he sucked, he just played live with his volume turned down
    andreas was always a key part, he even wrote about half of the lyrics with that line up. he was more of a 'driving force' than igor anyway.
    I hate it when people say Paulo couldn't play bass in the early days... there's plenty of videos of them live from the Beneath The Remains - Arise era where you can clearly hear the bass, granted he just plays root notes but he's defintely playing. Max said he couldn't play before the Roots album in an interview once, but to be honest I don't trust a word that comes out of that mans mouth anymore, he's said so much bullshit in interviews it's unreal. And it's kinda funny cause he doesn't play guitar anymore haha.
    I'm a guitar player and I lover Andreas. I prefer today's Sepultura over Max's two other bands (they both sound the same anyway; same old riffs, same old screaming, nothing new)