Sepultura - Beneath The Remains (song)
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  • Max vocals really start to show in Beneath the Remains it's amazing what a vast improvement he made in only a few years, that goes for the rest of the band as well (besides Paulo Jr)


    • by BodgieCrunch
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      “Beneath the Remains” by Sepultura happens to be the opening track for the suitibly named album “Beneath The Remains”. This album was released in 1989 and is hailed by many a staple in thrash metal history. “Beneath The Remains” being the first song of the album, sets the pace of what to expect.

      “Beneath The Remains” starts out with an almost angelic esque feedback while a brilliantly clean and crisp electric guitar plays a very melodic melody. At first listen you are probably thinking to yourself “What the heck is this?” Then out


      of nowhere the distortion with thunderous prowl. Max Cavalera’s rhythm guitar is superb on this track. His play style is fast, dirty and catchy. The lead guitar isn’t that impressive, you’ll hear better licks in any old Metallica song, that goes for the solos. Although not impressive, I couldn’t picture the song without them, there is a cool part in the song where the lead guitar uses an almost like Van Halen type effect that kind of stands out. It’s not bad all in all. Paulo Jr. Bass is almost non existent,

      • I don’t know if it’s me but I can never hear his bass in any of Sepultura’s older songs. Max vocals really start to show in “Beneath the Remains” it’s amazing what a vast improvement he made in only a few years, that goes for the rest of the band as well (besides Paulo Jr.) Igor Cavalera’s never ceases to surprise me, if you want to hear a talented thrash metal drummer, look no further. His beats in “Beneath the Remains” are superb. Machine gun like snares and double bass blasts throughout.
        It get’s pretty crazy.

        If you can’t tell already, “Beneath the Remains” is an awesome song. It is quite the song to open up the album with, with the very clean almost hevenly intro, and the machine gun/bomb blast outro it’s pretty ironic. This is an iconic song, let alone album. If you’re a old 80’s thrash metal fan then you owe it to give this a try. Where I find things like Megadeath and Iron Maiden to be wussy/sissy metal, Sepultura can be more compared to Slayer and old school Metallica. “Beneath the Remains” rules.




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