34 years late to the party, but what a band!
Enjoying the Roots album immensely
Try Beneath the Remains, IMO thei best album by far.
> 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
> Arise is a great album
The lryics to Orgasmatron (Arise album) don't pull any punches!
> The lryics to Orgasmatron (Arise album) don't pull any punches!
It's a Motorhead cover. All hail the Lemmy!
Well blow me down, I didn't know that!
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).
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
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
Nailbomb is ace! Also enjoyed Kairos too
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.
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.
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.
Re: Nailbomb, if you like them too, check out Fudge Tunnel.
If you didn't like Nailbomb try to avoid listening to Fudge Tunnel!
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...
> 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.
Can I recommend " A blaze in the northern sky" by Darkthrone
Also "Under a funeral moon" by the same.
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.
Check out the book and film "Lords of Chaos".
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?
> 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?
You've made me laugh out loud .
I actually know all the words to these albums.
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.
Give Alien Weaponry a listen, 3 young kiwi's with more than a hint of Sepultura to them.
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