Sepultura - Inner Self (song)
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  • It is an interesting concept, It's nothing terribly new but it keeps the song interesting nevertheless
  • The first half of the song is very much boring, but once you get past the first couple interludes you get to the awesome parts
  • Igor Cavalera is quite possibly the best 80's thrash metal drummer ever, I fancy him more than Dave Lombardo of Slayer fame to tell you the truth


    • by BodgieCrunch
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      “Inner Self” is a Sepultura song that appears on their breakthrough album “Beneath The Remains” This happens to be the second track on the album. It really starts off slow, but there are plenty of parts where the pace changes and it repeats going back to a slower tempo again. It is an interesting concept, It’s nothing terribly new but it keeps the song interesting nevertheless.

      Like I mentioned before, “Inner Self” the first half of the song is very rhythm based. There’s a lot of palm muting power chords, with very few leads


      by Andreas Kisser. The song has a somewhat slow and grinding pace around but it soon picks up. The first half of the song is very much boring, but once you get past the first couple interludes you get to the awesome parts. This is where Andreas Kisser actually pulls off some impressive guitar showmanship, including a very Metallicaish guitar solo complimented with plenty of taps and pull offs. Although I wouldn’t say that Max Cavalera’s rhythm guitar riffs are impressive, they are very simple for the most part, however they are fairly ...

      • catchy. This especially goes for the impressive drumming that is backing up the rhythm guitar. Igor Cavalera is quite possibly the best 80’s thrash metal drummer ever, I fancy him more than Dave Lombardo of Slayer fame to tell you the truth. Just listen at the 2:40 mark and tell me that isn’t the coolest stuff you’ve ever heard.

        As far as the content of “Inner Self” I can only speculate that it is about believing in your own power and not falling for corruption and things of that nature. After all Sepultura

        is/was a Brazilian band in the 1980’s. Even now and days, the slums of Brazilian cities like Rio De Janeiro is pretty bad. I can only imagine what it was like growing up there where crime was even more rampant.

        “Inner Self” is a pretty good song, it’s hella catchy and features some superb showmanship. There are plenty of breakdowns and the song changes structure and tempo frequently throughout. You should totally give this song a listen, it makes me sad that bands these days don’t put out such high quality material now and days.




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