This is the 15th full-length album from Brazilian heroes Sepultura, their first in three years. A revival of the old thrash feeling, and tribal percussion, with Symphonic Arrangement. A miraculous fusion of primitiveness and sophistication that sums up their career. There is no retreat for Sepultura.
No band has influenced so many different extreme metal subgenres as Sepultura. Isn't it
Brothers Max and Igor Cavalera formed Sepultura in 1984.Bestial Devastation (1985), a split LP with fellow countrymen "Overdose" and their debut album, "Morbid Visions" (1986), not only blew the minds of many thrash fans with its insane speed at the time, but it was also a legend that had a great influence on the later black metal bands.After that, Andreas Kisser, who is now the leader of the band, joined the band and produced Schizophrenia (1987), Beneath the Remain (1989) ) and "Arise" (1992) are still beloved by many fans as thrash/death classics. I am. In addition, 1993's Chaos A.D. and 1996's Ross Robinson as producer. With "Roots", they laid the foundation for what is known as groove metal. In the dark ages of heavy metal, Sepultura did not pander to the times, but created a new era by themselves. I showed it to him.
After the release of "Roots", Max left the band. Derrick Green, a black vocalist, joined the band as a replacement. In "Against" (1998), which was produced by the new line-up, they released the world premiere of "Roots". The new Sepultura's music element is developed, while the hardcore punk feel is strengthened. In 2006, the drummer, Igor left the band, this time with a new drummer. A-LEX" (2009), which took the form of a concept album again with a new drummer, was released in After the release, he moved to Nuclear Blast Records, one of Europe's biggest labels.
13's "WThe Mediator Between Head and Hands Must Be the Heart" was the first Ross Robinson-produced work in a long time. In 2004, they released "Machine Messiah". In addition to their signature elements of thrash, groove-metal and world music, the band also released "Machine Messiah" in 2004. They even introduced a symphonic arrangement, showing a new progressive side to their fans. It surprised me.
Three years after their last album, they are now releasing their 15th studio album, Quadra. Old Thrash, like 'Beneath the Remains' and 'Arise,' I felt the urge to revive the feeling of the "I was driven by the urge to bring back the feeling of There's no slasher who can't be moved. Of course, I'm talking about Sepultura. It's not going to end with merely looking back at the past. Tribal percussion, symphonic arrangements, and even quire and The album also features plenty of clean vocals, and once again, Sepultura is currently It strikes us as a progressive band. Its theme, inspired by the book Quadrivium by John North, is , the number "4". The album is also divided into four parts, starting with the first part, Pure Thrash, Tribal, and The composition has the musical characteristics of experimental and melodic. Dynamic death/thrash parts, quavers and tribal percussion are used to create an uncomfortable atmosphere. The magic of Sepultura, the magic of Sepultura that fuses without. There will be echoes of Old Sepultura, but this is the experienced beast that is Sepultura in 2020," says Andreas Andreas. There will be echoes of old Sepultura, but this is the experienced and sophisticated beast that will be Sepultura in 2020", says Andreas. is a high-dimensional blend of intensity and sophistication, as old fans, recent fans A great finish that satisfies both. Mixed and produced by Jens Bogren, as in the previous album. A must listen for all thrash metal fans.
Andreas Kisser (Guitar)
Derrick Green (Vocal)
Eloy Casagrande (Drums)
Paulo Jr. (Bass)