Legendary heavy metal band Sepultura supports Roma on their International Day
The legendary heavy metal band Sepultura, who hail from Brazil, posted a clear message of support for Romani people on their official Facebook profile on Friday 8 April 2016. "Sepultura will always support the right to anyone or any group to be free and to live in peace. Respect the differences to build a strong and prosperous society," the group posted along with links to other information about International Romani Day on the website of the Romani media organization Romedia Foundation, based in Hungary.
Almost four million fans follow the band's Facebook profile and the post included the hashtags #romamovement45 #romaday #opreroma. Sepultura is a Brazilian heavy metal band who play a combination of death metal and thrash metal.
Currently their music is tending more toward groove metal. The word "sepultura" means "tomb" in Portuguese.
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