THE UNABOMBER FILES Feat. SEPULTURA Bassist: Lyric Video For 'Land Of Make Believe'
The official lyric video for the song "Land Of Make Believe" from THE UNABOMBER FILES, the Brazilian extreme metal project featuring SEPULTURA bassist Paul Xisto Pinto Jr. alongside current/former members of EMINENCE and THE MIST, can be seen below. The track is taken from THE UNABOMBER FILES' latest EP, "The Enemy Of My Enemy Is My Best Friend", which was recorded at Pacific Studios and Eminence Studios in March 2017. The effort was mixed and mastered by Alan Wallace at Eminence Studios in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The artwork was created by Anderson L.A.
THE UNABOMBER FILES's previous six-song EP was released in 2013.
Formed in April 2009, THE UNABOMBER FILES' goal is "to play simple and heavy raw music with sarcastic lyrics," according to a press release.
THE UNABOMBER FILES is:
Alan Wallace (EMINENCE) - Guitar
Paulo Xisto Pinto Jr. (SEPULTURA) - Bass
Vladimir Korg (THE MIST) - Vocals
André Márcio (EMINENCE) - Drums
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