Sepultura Roots
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  • The results are one of the best metal albums of all time, I think it really helps a band to have purpose to writing and creating music rather than crying about the same old things, there is no crying on this record, it's pure organized chaos all the way through, to Canyon Jam, a 13 minute session of somewhat interesting tribal drums and ambient noises, not my favorite part of the album by far, but the rest is amazing, Roots Bloody Roots is the best on the album, and straighthate was later ripped off by the band Bloodsimple on their debut album (they didn't even change the name or the lyrics yet stated they wrote the song) so it was good enough for them to steal

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      This 1996 Sepultura album could be the heaviest album of all time, produced by Ross Robinson, the album features guest vocals from Mike Patton, and Jon Davis. The band Brazilian culture has never been so prominent in a Sepultura album, the inspiration came to Max

      Cavalera from watching the film “At play at the fields of the Lord” the band visited Mato Grosso Brazil to visit the Xavante Tribe to draw inspiration for the album. Itsari was recorded with the Xavante tribe, this is also the first Sepultura album to feature detuned guitars. The results are one of the best metal albums of all time, I think it really helps a band to have purpose to writing and creating music rather than crying about the same old things, there is no crying on this record,

      • Sepultura Roots
      it’s pure organized chaos all the way through, to Canyon Jam, a 13 minute session of somewhat interesting tribal drums and ambient noises, not my favorite part of the album by far, but the rest is amazing, Roots Bloody Roots is the best on the
      album, and straighthate was later ripped off by the band Bloodsimple on their debut album (they didn’t even change the name or the lyrics yet stated they wrote the song) so it was good enough for them to steal. A must own album for any metal fan.




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Chris says :

re : The results are one of the best metal albums of all time, I think it really helps a band to have purpose to writing and creating music rather than crying about the same old things, there is no crying on this record, it’s pure organized chaos all the way through, to Canyon Jam, a 13 minute session of somewhat interesting tribal drums and ambient noises, not my favorite part of the album by far, but the rest is amazing, Roots Bloody Roots is the best on the album, and straighthate was later ripped off by the band Bloodsimple on their debut album (they didn’t even change the name or the lyrics yet stated they wrote the song) so it was good enough for them to steal
I disagree. After the disappointment of Chaos AD, this album continued their downward spiral, which they have never recovered from. There is no redeeming value with this album, which comes off as a Korn clone, who by admission, is an awful band in their own right. While Arise had some good moments, they should have packed it in after Beneath the Remains, their last true great album.

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