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  • Audio CD (26 Jan. 2009)
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  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: ADA label group
  • ASIN: B001K2KHNW
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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A lot of the old-school Seps fans jumped ship to Soulfly with Max Cavalera, and whilst you can argue that 'Against' and 'Nation' aren't the band's best moments, from 'Roorback' onwards, the band has gone from strength to strength and in my opinion leaves everything Soulfly has done in its wake, or at the very least have been much more original and risk-taking.
'A-Lex' is a conceptual album loosely based on the novel 'Clockwork Orange' and the life of its creator. As with all great concept albums, you didn't have to be 'in the know' regarding the source material to understand or enjoy the album, but it does make it even more fulfilling. The album loosely follows the also excellent 'Dante XI's' template of being split into 3/4 parts indicated in this case by the titular name of the album and a number. There are a good handful of short, instrumental tracks that are a change of pace from the unrelenting down-tuned riffery of who has got to be the most under-rated guitarists in metal, the one and only Andreas Kisser. Derrick Green is now, to my ears THE voice of Sepultura, and whilst not entirely showcasing his full range as he has on 'Roorback' or other efforts, it is definitely a different experience to Max's, let's face it, limited singing abilities, for example, the anthemic backing vocals on 'Filthy Rot.'
'Moloko Mesto' is as thrashy and violently heavy as you can get. while 'Ludwig Van' fully embraces the book/film's use of the classic composer's symphony...Sepultura style!
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By Magnum Valentino TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 Feb. 2009
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Sepultura, now in their 25th year, prove meathead metallers the world over wrong by releasing another smashing album without the input of either of the founding Cavalera brothers. No more bitterness from me though, I can't be bothered with it.

But this album is excellent. I'll open by saying it's my least favourite of the five albums the modern Sepultura have released, although its not because one of my favourite drummers isn't sat behind those giant, vertical toms anymore. No, the album suffers from having a couple of duff tracks on it, not so many, but still enough to lower the average.

The production is excellent, retaining the guitar tone from Dante XXI but gaining a lot from the very natural sound of Jean Dollabella's drums. His professional background really adds a depth to these songs, and he's a more than worthy replacement, but the real star of this album is Derrick Green. His voice has never suited the material better than on here, each song filled with spat venom and great vocal patterns.

At 18 songs it can prove a little exhausting to listen to. That said, there are some great ideas on here. The track "A-Lex III" is astoundingly trippy, a million miles away from the hilarious "Show Me The Wrath" from the band's debut (what does that even mean?). There are examples both of crushing doom ("A-Lex I", "Sadistic Values") and full on thrashing ("Paradox", "Moloko Mesto"). There's even a Beethoven cover. Really. And it's amazing too. Another in a long list of reasons why people should stop underestimating this band and start taking them seriously on their own merits, and not based on who used to play for them. DAMN IT, I tried. Ah well. Buy A-Lex, its brilliant.
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Sepultura are and always have been one of my favourite bands. Through the turmoil, the trials and the tribulations of near destruction Sepultura have been a band to come through flying.
When Max left everyone was saying that that was the end and boy were they wrong. 'Against', blinding album, proved all disbelievers wrong. And then two albums later and with a litle controversy somewhat, Igor walked and left Sepultura in limbo once again, and once again, against all critical odds thay have come through strong.
I'm sick and tired of hearing that Sepultura is nothing without Max and that Max was Sepultura and now that neither Cavalera's remain, Sepultura are a tribute act. Let us not forget that Max can't play the guitar, (four strings don't count). Derrick Greene is a far superiour singer than Max.
Max left through his own choice and now Igor has left through his own choice. They are not Sepultura. If you prefer the Cavalera's to Sepultura then listen to Soulfly or Cavalera Conspiracy which are both excellent bands. But don't slate Sepultura for a reason that bears no significance to the music they produce.
A-Lex is a fine, fine album by a fine, fine band that are still significantly better than much of the competition.
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I didnt have high hopes for this album. The short time in the studio, large number of tracks and the absence of Igor Cavalera rang alarm bells. But i couldn't have been more wrong! This is the best metal album Ive heard in a long time. The only dud track in my mind is ludwig van which tries to mix thrash and classical music without much success. Otherwise A-lex is consistently brilliant. If you like Chaos AD era sepultura, you'll like this. And if you're not quite sure, check out the sepultura myspace page cos you can stream the whole album.
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iv been a fan of sepa since mid 90s and i was really saddened that they had parted ways with max, iv bought every album since 98 and every tshirt i layed my eyes on cause i loved what they had been trying to make and they kept the fight but this is for me the best cd that they ever made and this comes from a fan (myself) that owns every cd comes out so far this is the best that they made its better then soulfly better then cavalera conspiracy
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