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Slayer’s Dave Lombardo Guests On Sepultura Record

by Paul Cashmere on June 24, 2013

in News

Dave Lombardo, the recently departed drummer for Slayer, will appear on the upcoming album for Sepultura.

Sepultura guitarist Andreas Kisser told Brazilian newspaper Pernambuco.com that Lombardo’s appearance on the record was “an accident”.

“He came and it was so nice, so special, so awesome,” Kisser said. “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!“

Sepultura will release their new album later this year.

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