Tag: Sepultura

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Jane.

The cult following for the fourth album “Jane Doe” from American Metalcore outfit Converge has remained intact for the past 20 years as the critical acclaim for the album with some going as far as to call it the greatest of the Metalcore era. Having a bigger budget allowing for the entire album to be

NEWS: God Syndrome play Amon Amarth!

…with one guitar and keys pre-recorded and the remainder done in one take, Russian Death Metal brutes God Syndrome have sharpened their axes and dropped a performance of “Deceiver Of The Gods” by Amon Amarth as they celebrate a decade of destruction having formed in 2011. The band are no strangers to a cover having

Throwback: “Arise” by Sepultura!

Rewinding the tape thirty years to 1991 and the fourth studio album from Sepultura is where we find ourselves. The band chose Scott Burns (Decide, Cannibal Corpse, Obituary) who was a vital cog in the wheel in the Florida Death Metal scene to produce at his home studio giving the album a huge step up

Throwback: “Who Must Die?” by Sepultura!

2021 can’t escape without us talking about the 20th Anniversary of the eighth studio record from Brazilian Thrash Metal legends Sepultura and their final one with Roadrunner Records called “Nation“. It also serves as the bands second with Derrick Green on the microphone while being rammed full of guest appearances, with Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed,

NEWS: Sepultura give new life to “Apes Of God”!

It has to be said that “Roorback” was the album that began the revival for Sepultura after two albums that had some good songs but were more inconsistent. Joined by Rob Cavestany from Death Angel, they’ve recut the previously released video from the SepulQuatra sessions for “Apes Of God” which will appear on the bands

Listmania: 10 Years of “Kairos” by Sepultura!

It’s been a little while since we did one of these but as 2021 sees not only the 20th Anniversary of the second Sepultura album with Derrick Green and their last with Roadrunner Records but also the 10th Anniversary of their album “Kairos“, we’ve decided to go over the second half of the bands life

Interview: Frédéric Leclercq talks Sepultura!

As the countdown to the rescheduled live shows from Brazilian Thrash Gods Sepultura continues, they’ve shared an interview with Kreator and Sinsaenum bassist Frédéric Leclercq in which he shares not only his love for the band but also why he joined them on their upcoming guest filled album. But that’s not all as drummer Eloy Casagrande

Interview: Sepultura talk “Sepulquatra” with Heavy New York!

Ahead of their upcoming compilation album “Sepulquatra” which features the Brazilian Thrash Gods joined by a guest musician on every track, frontman Derek Green spoke to Heavy New York in this new interview. The topics of discussion then stray from the path into what it’s like having Eloy Casagrande in the band, the 20th anniversary

Documentary: Iggor Cavalera on “Troops Of Doom” by Sepultura!

Little over a month after the last instalment of his “Beneath The Drums” series and Iggor Cavalera has returned to talk about fans favourite “Troops Of Doom“, an obvious choice from his time in Brazilian Thrash Metal outfit Sepultura. As if you didn’t already know, it is one from the bands 1986 debut album “Morbid

NEWS: Scumxcrew return with “Al Acecho” and guests…

The return of Bogota Colombian Beatdown Hardcore merchants Scumxcrew some two months after the teaser for this new cut sees them joined by not only Thell Barrio but also 6 Weapons, combining the forces of Chile and México for new cut “Al Acecho” which loosely translates as “Lurking” as in “Danger may lurk in the shadows“. Back in