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 Agar Jelly 25 Jan 2020

34 years late to the party, but what a band!

Enjoying the Roots album immensely

 cb294 25 Jan 2020
In reply to Agar Jelly:

Try Beneath the Remains, IMO thei best album by far.

CB

In reply to Agar Jelly:

> 34 years late to the party, but what a band!

> Enjoying the Roots album immensely

Arise is a great album

The opening track is brutal

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 Agar Jelly 25 Jan 2020
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

> Arise is a great album

The lryics to Orgasmatron (Arise album) don't pull any punches!

 Dell 25 Jan 2020
In reply to Agar Jelly:

> The lryics to Orgasmatron (Arise album) don't pull any punches!

It's a Motorhead cover. All hail the Lemmy! 

 Agar Jelly 25 Jan 2020
In reply to Dell:

Well blow me down, I didn't know that!

 Steve Jones 25 Jan 2020
In reply to Agar Jelly:

Loved them back in the day - looked them up again a couple of weeks ago when a friend asked what I listened to in the 90's. Chaos AD was always my fave' album - refuse/resist, great tune. Also check out Nailbomb (Max C' side project).

In reply to Agar Jelly:

Again, Chaos AD was my gateway album into Sepultura. There is also a wider vibrant Brazilian Metal subculture. Interesting because there’s a different vibe than usual. 
Megadeth’s ace guitarist is Kiko Loureiro who apart from a solo career, was previously lead guitarist with Brazilian band Angra. Well worth checking out on youtube

 Agar Jelly 25 Jan 2020
In reply to paul__in_sheffield:

I don't want to disappear up my rear-end pontificating, but the latin american slant on thrash metal lifts it from being boring and noisy into something more compelling; maybe it's the accent (combined with the musicianship)?

Although I tried listening to Nailbomb today and I was left feeling as though I'd just been assaulted

 LakesWinter 25 Jan 2020
In reply to Agar Jelly:

Nailbomb is ace! Also enjoyed Kairos too

In reply to Agar Jelly:

You’ve all just missed max and iggor on tour.

beneath the remains. Dah dah dah dah, do dah do do dah do do etc.

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 nathan79 26 Jan 2020
In reply to dunc56:

I knew about this, forgot about the Glasgow date, then wept when I remembered.

Did get to see Soulfly play "Roots Bloody Roots" as part of their set a few years back. 'Twas braw.

 Toccata 26 Jan 2020
In reply to Agar Jelly:

While there are no stand out tracks I used to listen to Schizophrenia more than any other album. Most of my Sepultura albums are vinyl which I’m very happy about. While I have nothing to play them on (I only have a streamer-amp now) I couldn’t bring myself to dispose of vinyl when the CDs got the chop. Glad I kept them.

 Dell 26 Jan 2020

Re: Nailbomb, if you like them too, check out Fudge Tunnel. 

If you didn't like Nailbomb try to avoid listening to Fudge Tunnel! 

 cb294 26 Jan 2020
In reply to dunc56:

I saw an open air double concert back in 1996ish (?), Rage against the Machine followed by Sepultura. The concert lasted almost five hours, and my neck took a week to recover...

CB

 two_tapirs 26 Jan 2020
In reply to Agar Jelly:

> Well blow me down, I didn't know that!

Sepultura covered Orgasmatron in recognition to Motorhead having them as their support, and hence giving them their first big step into the UK and Europe.

Extra fact: Sepultura guitarist Andreas was at Lemmy's funeral.

In reply to Agar Jelly:

Can I recommend " A blaze in the northern sky" by Darkthrone 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDi99nXhObs&safe=true

Also  "Under a funeral moon" by the same.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47jB1-mllWY&safe=true

These album really turned switched me onto black metal as a teenager.  

The guitar sounds on these albums and general production was like nothing I had really heard before.

TWS

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 two_tapirs 27 Jan 2020
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

Check out the book and film "Lords of Chaos".  

 Agar Jelly 27 Jan 2020
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

Listening to those was like blending my head in a food processor with some gravel or pouring molten aluminium down my auditory canal. One for the connoisseurs perhaps?

In reply to Agar Jelly:

> Listening to those was like blending my head in a food processor with some gravel or pouring molten aluminium down my auditory canal. One for the connoisseurs perhaps?

:-D 

You've made me laugh out loud .

I actually know all the words to these albums. 

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 DerwentDiluted 29 Jan 2020
In reply to Agar Jelly:

Anybody remember their contribution to the Virus 100 Dead Kennedys tribute on Alternative Tentacles? A cover of Drug Me. It's.. well it's everything you'd expect it to be.

 roar 29 Jan 2020
In reply to Agar Jelly:

Give Alien Weaponry a listen, 3 young kiwi's with more than a hint of Sepultura to them.


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