SEPULTURA Guitarist's Son Swallows TV Remote Control Battery

June 27, 2007

SEPULTURA guitarist Andreas Kisser has issued the following update:

"What a month! After the mosquito bite, my youngest son swallowed a battery for the TV remote control, those ones that looks like a coin. He had to do a surgery to take it out, and he spent a week at the hospital, he came home today. It was very hard times but everything is fine now. We have to look out for this one... hehehehe... Kids, I love them! Now, I'm putting all my energy to start the tour in Europe this week....ROCK 'N' ROLL!"

A good-quality video clip of SEPULTURA performing the song "Convicted in Life" live in Luxembourg during the band's last European tour has been posted at YouTube.

As previously reported, a rare video clip of SEPULTURA and the Brazilian kings of hardcore RATOS DE PORÃO performing a cover of RAMONES' "I'm Not Jesus" on the Brazilian TV show "TVMix" in 1990 has been posted online at this location.

SEPULTURA will embark on another European tour beginning this week.

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