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  • Audio CD (28 Oct. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B00ETTTISI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Disc: 1
1. Trauma of War
2. The Vatican
3. Impending Doom
4. Manipulation of Tragedy
5. Tsunami
Disc: 2
1. The Bliss of Ignorance
2. Grief
3. The Age of the Atheist
4. Obsessed
5. De Lama Ao Caos

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The Mediator Between Head and Hands Must Be the Heart is the upcoming thirteenth studio album by the Brazilian metal band Sepultura. It is scheduled for release on October 25, 2013, in Europe, and October 29 in the United States via Nuclear Blast. It will be the band's first album to feature drummer Eloy Casagrande, and the first album by the band to be recorded in the United States since 1998's Against. The album was also produced by Ross Robinson, who had previously produced the band's 1996 album Roots. Disc: 1 1. Trauma of War 2. The Vatican 3. Impending Doom 4. Manipulation of Tragedy 5. Tsunami Disc: 2 1. The Bliss of Ignorance 2. Grief 3. The Age of the Atheist 4. Obsessed 5. De Lama Ao Caos

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Not a lot of early Sepultura fans have given any time to the Derrick Green albums, and granted, 'Nation' and 'Against' were probably two of the weakest Seps' albums following Max's acrimonious departure shortly after 'Roots,' but, 'Roorback,' 'Dante XII', 'A-Lex,' and 'Kairos' are all superb albums and I recommend either of them. Note - they get gradually heavier and thrashier as time goes on, and this album continues that trend and takes the heaviness to 11!
Make no mistake, this is definitely the heaviest album Sepultura have released in a long time and their most thrash metal outing since 'Arise.'
I, as like many Sepultura fans had some reservations about the announcement of Ross Robinson as this album's producer. RR divided fans with the brilliant 'Roots' as the solo's had mostly disappeared, the riffs got simpler, the thrash element was almost completely taken out and some of the songs were 'Nu Metal' almost. Roots Part 2 this is not. Instead RR has delivered probably their fastest album to date which borders on death/black metal on some songs and still maintains Andreas Kissers’ very distinct soloing. The riffs and the overall sound is great and the production is impeccable whilst also having its own distinctive sound and character.
Although this is by a vast majority a thrash album there are a few surprises here and there. 'The Vatican' starts off with a soft and beautiful classical church choir intro for close to 2 minutes before hammering in the filth with some very heavy thrash riffs. 'Impending Doom' has a very heavy, thrashy groove that makes your head involuntarily bang. Opening track 'Trauma Of War' stalls for a bit before hitting the ground rocketing away at the speed of light with a thrash riff that echoes Slayer's 'Angel Of Death.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By warrencastro on 31 Oct. 2013
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I have been a long time Sepultura fan starting from Arise. After Max left, i thought Sepultura had lost it. I didn't care much about their albums up until Kairos which was a turning point. That album was excellent, just pure brutal metal. This new album is a tad bit lower than Kairos in terms of metal attack, but I recon that they are still on the right track.

Best tracks for me: Impending Doom and Grief.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kristjan B. Heidarsson on 8 Dec. 2013
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Sepultura go back to Ross Robinson to do a new album. I was a bit nervous, but it turns out to be very impressive. One of Sepultura's heaviest albums, and a really good one at that.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By AMZ on 29 Oct. 2013
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With 'The Mediator' Sepultura venture into territory that is more raw and heavy than anything they have done since 1989's 'Beneath the Remains'. The songs are more death metal influenced, most of them are uptempo, and the whole production (by Ross Robinson) gives the album a very raw edge. This is notable from the get-go, with the razorshap opener 'Trauma of War', a blistering thrasher. Much of this is due to the influence of young new drummer Eloy Casagrande, who infuses the album with his youthful energy and impeccable technique. Among the uptempo violence, 'Impending Doom' is a breather in a sense, giving us a more slow track, very heavy and initially remniscent of a band like Gojira, while later on in the song showing some flavour of their own 'A-Lex' record. 'Grief' is another odd man out, being a ballad of sorts, which alternates between soft verses (with great clean singing) and a heavy chorus which works very well. The rest of the album is thrash and death heaviness galore with some groove here and there, but mostly relentless thrashy drumming and riffing. Especially notable is Derrick Green's performance on this disc. He delivers a very versatile performance and sounds like a veritable madman at times. Yet even within the madness there is room for nuance and variety, with each song getting a different treatment while staying brutal. Amazing.

2011's 'Kairos' was already a great album, and 2013's 'The Mediator' shows us an even heavier, rawer, more intense Sepultura. Obviously, they have enough energy and creativity in them to go on for another decade or more. A must buy.
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Best Sepultura album for a long time. Feels raw, live and full of feeling. Pretty brutal, but has a lot of different vibes. You can definitely feel the new energy that Eloy brings. This feels like the Sepultura album I've been waiting for, for some time now, and now it's here, can't wait to see them live!
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