Heretic share Black Sabbath cover, “Anno Mundi”

Brazilian proggy metal act Heretic have released a tribute video for the Black Sabbath song “Anno Mundi” — check out the clip below. The tune serves as a bonus track on their latest full-length offering dubbed ‘Feast.’

Speaking on the cover song, the band say, “We decided at the last minute to include this track as a bonus. It’s a Black Sabbath composition from Tony Martin’s era. It was taken from the album “Tyr”. We had two special guests with us: Junao Cananeia, an amazing drummer and Rodolfo Sproesser on the keyboards. They did a stunning job! We love these Black Sabbath’s “b-sides” albums with Martin, and we felt that this song would fit great on the concept of Feast.

Erich Martins – Vocals
Laysson Mesquita – Fretless Bass
Guilherme Aguiar – Guitars, synths, orchestration, programming, oriental instruments, percussion instruments
Keyboards on “Sudden Awakening”: Pete Mush
Solo guitar on “The Storm”: Nym Rhosilir
Solo guitar on “Tenderness”: Thiago Tsuruda
Solo guitar on “Sacred Sea”, “Powerless” and “Whistleblower”: Luis Maldonalle
Drums on “Anno Mundi” by Black Sabbath (bonus track): Junão Cananeia
Keyboards on “Anno Mundi” by Black Sabbath (bonus track): Rodolfo Sproesser


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