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Arise (Reissue) [Explicit]

10 Nov 1997

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  • Original Release Date: 10 Nov 1997
  • Release Date: 10 Nov 1997
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Copyright: 1991, 1997 The All Blacks B.V.
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  • Total Length: 59:18
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B001PUOWHG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 46,051 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Zebulebu on 11 Sep 2003
Format: Audio CD
Sometimes its a chore reviewing old CDs. You have to find 'em in your collection, dust them off, stick them in the CD player and get reminded of how sad you were when you listened to them. Then again, sometimes its an absolute pleasure. This is one of those cases.
Writing this review gave me the excuse to blast out this album on my stereo at an extremely high volume (nothing beats the opening track for pissing your neighbours off something chronic), and I was instantly transported back to the summer of '92. I remember being absolutely blown away by the sheer ferocity of this album then and nothing has changed now.
Considered by many to be mere Slayer clones when they first emerged from Brazil, Sepultura proved on this and later albums that they were anything but, incorporating tribal and industrial influences into their sound and carving a niche all of their own. To be fair, the tribal influence is not exactly pushed to the fore on this album (that came later), but for sheer riffs, 'Arise' is probably one of the top five metal albums of all time.
The aforementioned opener, title track 'Arise' starts off with some industrial percussion which rapidly gives way to a thunderous opening riff. When the drums kick in, you start to wonder whether Igor Cavelra has two pairs of feet and hands!
There is no let up in quality on the album at all - each track is an absolute gem. Its therefore hard to pick out highlights, but if you're looking for a few pointers, the drumming at the beginning of 'Altered State' is absolutely superb, the whole of 'Desperate Cry' is fantastic, 'Under Siege (Regnum Irae)' is a nice change of pace and the last track 'Infected Voice' is the best closer since 'Damage Inc'
In short, if you haven't heard this for a long time, give it a play. If you've NEVER heard it, go buy it and discover what REAL metal is.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 Nov 2003
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Most groups that are around for a while produce one album that stands head and shoulders over their others...for Sepultura ARISE is that album. It doesn't have a single bad track...far from it, all the tracks are amazing thrash metal. When I first heard it back when it was released I can't say I was instantly hooked, but after a while I started to hear all the intricacies and the brilliant song construction. For metal heads this is a must buy...there are few thrash albums that reach the great heights of this.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chris Hall TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 Feb 2006
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Back in 1991 the Brazilian thrash metal band, Sepultura brought out their fifth release, the aggressive masterpiece that is the album ‘Arise’. The release had the daunting position of following the 1989 inspired album ‘Beneath The Remains’, that proved Sepultura to me lords of thrash.
The album was released in a standard case and a limited edition digi-pak version. The album also spawned the release of the ‘Under Siege (Live at Barcelona) video and the singles:- Arise, Dead Embryonic Cells, Under Siege [Regnum Irae] and Third World Posse. In 1997, the album was remastered and released with four extra bonus tracks and on a gold CD.
The album is a solid block of aggressive speed thrash and power metal. The guitar work is tight and proficient, with tight crunching metal riffs backed up by a barrage of fast double bass work. Max Cavalera’s vocals are low and guttural, but still not undistinguishable. The album sports some of the band’s early tribal influences and incorporates a strong, industrial merge with the thrash sound. ‘Arise’ is an important milestone in the band’s career and a album that should be included in any respectable thrash collection. A truly awesome work of technically impressive metal.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Conman on 12 Sep 2007
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The way I see it, Sepultura released three suberb, classic albums in a row(arguably four if you loved the Roots album). These are Beneath the Remains (1989), Arise (1991)and Chaos AD (1993). Beneath was where the band had burst onto the international metal scene with their mixture of pure speed and aggression with complex songwriting skills in a way that ensured a classic album. Chaos AD was were the band truly became unique and one of the first groove metal acts, whilst adding significant tribal influences on their music.
Arise could be seen as a bridge between Beneath and Chaos, although it's overall sound is closer to Beneath than Chaos. This is because the band did add a few tribal infuenced to their thrash here. For example, the jungle-style intro to Altered State and the acoustic guitars in parts of Desoerate Cry and Under Siege. The album overall is also a tad more mid-paced that Beneath was.
Throughout every song on here, the crushing riffs, at nicely varied speeds, drive these songs and will be pure headbanging bliss to most metalhead's ears. However, Arise is about more than just riffs.
One of the album's biggest strong points is the work of lead guitarist Andreas Kisser. His harmonizing with Max's crushing rhythm guitar is awe-inspiring and also quite unique-sounding. His solos too, are consistently mind blowing. They are often lightning-fast and technical as the songs require, but they are always very melodic, unlike most similar bands, marking Andreas out as one of the best thrash guitarists of his time. Just pick any song and I assure you there will be a great solo in it. Sepultura certainly knew how to put the right amount of melody into their brutal thrash assult.
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