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Brazilian Metal veterans SEPULTURA are celebrating their 30th anniversary this year with an extensive European tour in July, August and November 2015. On this tour, they will perform a special setlist featuring songs, they usually don’t play live.Today, SEPULTURA added more dates to their '30th Anniversary Tour'.The following dates have been added today:sepultura-tour2015.jpg?x=666Make sure to get your tickets for SEPULTURA soon. The show in Cham on the 22nd of August is already sold out and a few more shows are close to be sold out as well.Order your copy of SEPULTURA’s current anniversary EP »SEPULTURA Under My Skin« here:nb-newsletter_666x120px_uk.jpg Read more... then come back and comment below.

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I can't listen to them past Chaos AD, and even that album isn't great. Soulfly is basically an extension of the Roots sound of "Korn gone tribal", and for obvious reasons, that doesn't do anything for me. What I've heard from Cavalera Conspiracy was decent, but not enough to prompt me to check out more of it.

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31 minutes ago, GrayscaleDawn said:

Anything from Schizophrenia, Beneath the remains or Arise. :D 

Thank you "Grayscale Dawn" :smile: I'm going to check some of those tracks from those albums on youtube.  My ex-boyfriend always used to listen to them and I thought they were sick when Max was with them. 

Ok just watched Sepultura live Dr. Music Festival 1996 HD on yoututbe and every song is sick!

 

 

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5 hours ago, Godsmackgirl42 said:

What is Sepultura's best song?

Depends what type of music fits your taste. If you like fairly muddied, underground death metal, then the early albums. If you like a bit of bounce  and crunch in your music you could try 'Chaos AD' and 'Roots'. I was never a fan of Sepultura prior to 'Chaos AD' so I have no problem with the latter two albums. I think 'Refuse/Resist' is a great song. 

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3 hours ago, Requiem said:

Depends what type of music fits your taste. If you like fairly muddied, underground death metal, then the early albums. If you like a bit of bounce  and crunch in your music you could try 'Chaos AD' and 'Roots'. I was never a fan of Sepultura prior to 'Chaos AD' so I have no problem with the latter two albums. I think 'Refuse/Resist' is a great song. 

If by "muddied underground death metal" you mean "aggressive yet catchy thrash with solid late 80s/early 90s production", then yes, "Beneath The Remains" and "Arise" would definitely fit the bill. Their strength was what drove the big push for "Chaos AD", and I'd hardly call them underground - "Arise" went platinum. You should definitely give it another chance the next time you're in the mood for something along those lines.

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6 hours ago, FatherAlabaster said:

If by "muddied underground death metal" you mean "aggressive yet catchy thrash with solid late 80s/early 90s production", then yes, "Beneath The Remains" and "Arise" would definitely fit the bill. Their strength was what drove the big push for "Chaos AD", and I'd hardly call them underground - "Arise" went platinum. You should definitely give it another chance the next time you're in the mood for something along those lines.

'Arise' is pretty catchy in parts, no doubt. However, Monsieur Blanc, I was speaking about the first three albums. Anyway, isn't the phrase 'solid late 80s/early 90s production' just a euphemism for 'muddied underground death metal' to millennials? Just kidding. I don't want to give anyone morbid visions...

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2 hours ago, Requiem said:

'Arise' is pretty catchy in parts, no doubt. However, Monsieur Blanc, I was speaking about the first three albums. Anyway, isn't the phrase 'solid late 80s/early 90s production' just a euphemism for 'muddied underground death metal' to millennials? Just kidding. I don't want to give anyone morbid visions...

There's actually a pretty broad array of production choices being made by newer bands these days. "Raw and murky" has made quite a comeback over the past few years. And morbid visions are just an inescapable reality of life, didn't you know. I suppose, being undead, you've put all that behind you.

This forum is full of undead and magical creatures, and here I am with graying hair and bad knees...

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1 hour ago, FatherAlabaster said:

There's actually a pretty broad array of production choices being made by newer bands these days. "Raw and murky" has made quite a comeback over the past few years. And morbid visions are just an inescapable reality of life, didn't you know. I suppose, being undead, you've put all that behind you.

This forum is full of undead and magical creatures, and here I am with graying hair and bad knees...

I wrote a hilarious post about "raw and murky" sounding like your sordid and nefarious past, but it didn't stick. Would have been good though.

Castle Requiem is full of morbid visions for those unfortunate enough to stumble across the drawbridge amidst the howling of wolves and the ghosts of lost lovers who call hauntingly from the moat, eager to draw travellers to watery graves. Yet those who manage to elude the sirens ultimately turn out to be the unlucky ones once they enter the ancient oak doors into the ground floor gallery, where generations of Requiems gaze down from portraits profane and satanikkal.

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