- Audio CD (24 Mar. 2008)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Roadrunner Records
- ASIN: B00122M2QU
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 25,502 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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I have a huge sense of loyality to many bands that I have listened to over many years. The Cavalera brothers fall into this category for me. So it was with some trepidation that I listened to this for the first time. I really didn't want it to be some rehash of the glory days of Sepultura (pre-Roots for me)unless it was as good of course. No problems there then! This is a fantastic collection of full-on aggressive, good old fashioned Thrash with a dash of difference - hints of industrial and of course the brazilian influences.
I urge all listeners not to have preconceived ideas and compare this to Cavalera-era Sepultura. Just listen to this as a modern piece of solid Thrash Metal.
It's got to be said that the Marc Rizzo's guitar work is immense. It is very jagged and off key sounding and adds to the aggressive overtones of each song when combined with Max's harsh and gutteral vocals. By the way, I don't know of many vocalists that can sing so harshly and still sound so tuneful. It must be a natural gift that Max has.
'Ultraviolent' may be my favourite song on this album. I love its big chugging guitars matched with Max's metronomic chanted vocals.
This really should appeal to anyone that likes Sepultura, Soulfly and thrash metal.
So I wasnt expecting much if I'm honest, but this album is great. To me they have just taken themselves back 15 years and produced a slab of violence which really surprised me.
Unrelenting and actually quite catchy (yes catchy) in places this is a great buy.
The only minor gripes for me is firstly Max's voice can begin to grate after a while and Iggor's drumming is not as inventive or as exciting as in years gone by, but they really are only minor gripes.
Tracks like Inflikted, Sanctuary and Hearts of Darkness are the pick of the bunch standing out with Max's signature sound and Iggor's powerhouse drumming.
One of my favourite albums of the year so far, definitely gotta check it out!
The opening track, Inflikted, blows you away and it doesn't let up pace throughout the album. Riffs blast through the speakers and crush you, pummeling you neverendingly. Both Joe and Marc do a fine job too, coping and accomplishing living up to the hype surrounding them thanks to the Cavelera brothers.
A great album, highly recommended and shouldn't be missing from any metal collection.
Never one to have a problem venting his anger Max has Igor have created an album with the sole intention of making it as heavy as possible from start to finish. Not since 'Arise' has Max sounded so aggressive. The songs are intense with Max screaming/shouting his guts out and Igor thrashing away and each song is of high quality. To my mind Max writes the best riffs in metal and this album is full of them.
I won't go through the album track by track but the quality throughout is excellent. If you have any doubts about this album don't. Its well worth parting with your money!!!
I bought this out of a sort of mosh-talgia - just hoping it would be in the same ball park. And it is...
This is all out blistering metal. Great, vicious lyrics. Max's vocals on full attack. Powerful riffs and drumming. It's also leaner and meaner than the Sep's 'Roots Bloody Roots' era. There are some interesting soundscapes as intros/outros but mostly it is hard-core music. Honed by experience, and responding to - strangely enough - how much the world is turning out to be just as those guys predicted a decade ago.
Stand outs for me are 'Must Kill', 'Never Trust' and the title track.
A brilliant return to form.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brilliant album from a great band. Nice and heavy. The Cavalera brothers are back.Published 17 months ago by Darthgeebot
Excellent CD, I love their music anyway but this CD is just brilliant, hasn't been out of my car since I got it.Published on 26 Aug. 2011 by Debone
I bought this album expecting a new Sepultura album, the follow up to Roots. Unfortunately it wasn't. The only decent song is Hex and that gets boring about half way through.Published on 7 April 2010 by Mr. H. C. Soni
it's angry, voilent, knocing down punch. great riffing, good solos, top drumming. cavalera brothers in their best. Read morePublished on 4 May 2009 by P. Dojlidko
When I heard the brothers were making an album I was quite mixed and even question how it would sound out in the end. Read morePublished on 30 Sept. 2008 by Paul M. Mcintosh
One of the best albums of 2008, better than Soulfly and Sepultura but why did they choose that album cover?!! It has to be the worst ever! Read morePublished on 25 Sept. 2008 by Pig Benis
This is an awesome CD and the 2 things that stand out for me are the C.C. sound, which sounds totaly different to Sep's & Soulfly and the HEAVYNESS of this CD! Read morePublished on 2 May 2008 by S. Thomas