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Even in the midst of Sepultura’s hectic farewell tour, bassist Paulo Xisto Jr. shows no signs of slowing down. Balancing his commitments with Sepultura, Paulo continues to rock with his side project, Cultura Tres. The band has been tearing up stages across Europe and their native South America, promoting their latest album, Camino de Brujos (Universal Music / Outono / Bloodblast).

Their newest release is the intense track “Zombies,” a fierce blend of old-school D-beat punk with sludge and thrash metal. The accompanying video is a raw, high-energy montage, featuring live footage captured by fans during Cultura Tres’ UK-European tour earlier this year.

Recently, Cultura Tres made headlines in South America, thanks to the “Most Popular Metal Bands Map.” This map, created by a Reddit user with data from Spotify, showcases the most listened-to metal bands in each country. Both Sepultura and Cultura Tres were highlighted, with Sepultura reigning supreme in Brazil and Cultura Tres dominating in Venezuela. Notably, Paulo Xisto Jr. is the only musician featured in two bands on this global map.

Looking ahead, Cultura Tres is already working on a follow-up to their acclaimed Camino de Brujos album.
Fans won’t have to wait long to see them live again, as their next gig is set for August 11th on the main stage of the Bloodstock Open Air festival in the UK.

Filmed by: Markus Krispler, Andreas Krispler & Jesus Mendoza
Edited by: Juan Manuel De Ferrari Montoya

Cultura Tres are:

Alejandro Londono Montoya – guitar, vocals
Paulo Xisto Pinto Jr – bass
Juan M de Ferrari Montoya – guitar
Jerry Vergara Cevallos – drums

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