Tag: Sepultura

Throwback: “Ratamahatta” from Sepultura!

Twenty eight years down the yellow brick road, the sixth album that is “Roots” by Sepultura remains one that divides fans. Inspired by the rising tide of Nu-Metal, producer Ross Robinson gave the Brazilian Death Thrash outfit the KoRn guitar sound and the band combined it with world music and tribal power. Some consider it

Throwback: “The Vatican” from Sepultura!

As Brazilian Metal Gods Sepultura announced they were going to embark on an 18 month long Worldwide farewell tour to celebrate their fortieth anniversary, it only seems right that we should be listening to something from the Derrick Green fronted line up. So to that end we’ve gone back just over a decade to October

NEWS: Sepultura to say farewell to Europe in November 2024!?!

After the shock news that as they reach their 40th Anniversary, Brazilian Thrash Gods Sepultura will begin an 18th month farewell tour titled “Celebrating Life Through Death“, the announcement of a European trek with five dates upon our soil has followed in quick succession. Taking the band from Paris to Prague, the journey will see

Throwback: “Refuse/Resist” from Sepultura!

An album from which it is near impossible to choose a favourite cut from, the 30th Anniversary of “Chaos A.D.” from Brazilian Metal Gods Sepultura is one that we can’t let go of without celebrating. People will talk about “Roots” but for us, this Groove Metal masterclass is the album to beat, the opening unholy

NEWS: Cavalera brothers celebrate Sepultura in the UK in November!

Having unleashed their re-recorded versions of “Morbid Visions” and “Bestial Devastation” from Sepultura under their Cavalera Conspiracy moniker, Max and Iggor Cavalera will be joined by Max‘s son Igor Amadeus Cavalera (Healing Magic, Go Ahead And Die) on bass and Travis Stone (Pig Destroyer, Desolus) on lead guitar for a live celebration of those works.

Bootleg: “Refuse/Resist” from Mortal Chains!

While the search for a bassist lingers like a bad smell, it hasn’t prevented Durham Death Thrash enthusiasts Mortal Chains from playing live as a two piece. In July they were at The Spotlight Venue in Hartlepool and included a cover in their set. The cut of choice was “Refuse/Resist” by Sepultura and the evidence

NEWS: It’s all about Superstition for Soulfly?

Having just returned to roots a couple of days ago with the release of the re-recorded versions of “Bestial Devastation” and “Morbid Visions“, mixed and mastered by Arthur Rizk (Municipal Waste, Kreator, Jungle Rot), you could be forgiven for thinking that Nuclear Blast might give the Cavalera brothers a rest. But not so as the label

NEWS: Cavalera re-animate “Troops Of Doom”!

If we had a magic eight ball then the prediction would have been that “Troops Of Doom” would get some form of music video as the brothers Cavalera share their return to roots re-recordings of “Morbid Visions” and “Bestial Devastation” via Nuclear Blast with a couple of never before heard tracks. All made possible with

NEWS: It’s Bestial Devastation again for the Cavalera brothers!

As if you haven’t already heard, the Cavalera brothers Max and Iggor have revisited their rich history and re-recorded both 1985’s “Bestial Devastation” and it’s follow up in 1986’s “Morbid Visions”. Mixed and mastered by Arthur Rizk (Municipal Waste, Kreator, Jungle Rot), both feature a bonus track from the era with “Burn The Dead” and