Album Reviews

Sepultura – Quadra Review

The quartet from Brazil never stands still and ‚Fear, Pain, Chaos, Suffering’ underlines it. The clean female vocals are something you don’t expect from the Thrash Metal pioneers but fit very well into the context of the album. In general, it’s the bottom part of the tracklist is a bit more experimental and acoustic while the first songs are the ‘right-in-the-face’ smashers with ‘Capital Enslavement’ including the tribal rhythmic the band’s known for

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Interview with Max Cavalera of Cavalera Conspiracy at Download Festival 2015

It was a record that we went in and decided “Let’s make a record that doesn’t get big”, “Alright, let’s do that. Let’s eliminate any chances of this record ever getting big”. So we did the dirtiest recording and the most fucked-up sound; this thing’s not going to get big. It’s really like the opposite state of mind we had when we made Roots; we wanted to make the biggest metal album ever. This one was the opposite; “Let’s make the least biggest album ever”

Album Reviews

Terror Empire – Face The Terror Review

The Portugese accent also gives vocalist Ricardo Martins a bit of an early day Max Cavalera feel, which in turn gives the disc a slight SEPULTURA feel in places…something I certainly won’t complain about….

Album Reviews

Sepultura – Kairos

KAIROS is a pretty awesome modern groove, death, thrash release and not only does mainstay Andreas Kisser sound like he has finally embraced being the lone guitarist, but Derrick Green also sounds the best he ever has this time around and really comes across as an all-encumbering monster…