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, Sepultura have gone home. This is the first album to be recorded in their native Brazil since they first appeared, quite literally kicking and screaming, in 1989. It's also the first time they've found their feet with Derrick Green at the front, and they are starting to sound more relaxed without Max Cavalera
on lead howling duties. Igor Cavalera is still behind the drums, his tribal pounding standing as the vital groundwork for frantic and brutal songs such as "Revolt", which often makes you wonder how the rest of the band keep up. There's an overall feeling that it's the band and their fans versus the world. Just look at the titles: "Sepulnation", "Border Wars", "Tribe to a Nation", "Politricks", "Human Cause". It's a testament to their surroundings that they want to make their audience think--Brazil is divided by the extreme wealth of a few living alongside the extreme poverty of shanty towns, and you can hear the anger and frustration in the most accessible track, "One Man Army". --Emma Johnston