SEPULTURA: 'Uncensored' Version Of 'Convicted In Life' Video Posted Online

SEPULTURA's official web site has been updated with the "uncensored" version of the group's video for the track "Convicted in Life". Check it out at this location (Quicktime required). The clip was shot over a two-day period in February in São Paulo, Brazil. Check out pictures from the making of the video at this location.

"Convicted in Life" (mp3) comes off the group's latest album, "Dante XXI", which was released in North America on March 14 via SPV.

SEPULTURA recently completed a European tour as direct support to Sweden's IN FLAMES. Filling in on drums during the tour was Roy Mayorga, who was standing in for founding member Igor Cavalera. Igor is taking a break from the group's touring activities to spend time with his second wife and their new son (who was born in January). Mayorga, who played with Igor's brother Max in SOULFLY for several years in the late '90s and again in 2001-2003, has since joined STONE SOUR as a full-time member.


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