The Roots Of Sepultura mp3 Artist Compilation by Sepultura

The Roots Of Sepulturaby Sepultura

  • 20 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 1:13:47


2.C.I.U. [Criminals In Uniform]4:17
4.Dead Embryonic Cells [Original Mix]4:31
5.Desperate Cry [Original Mix]6:43
6.Murder [Original Mix]3:25
7.Under Siege [Regnum Irae] [Original Mix]4:44
8.Necromancer [Demo Version]3:59
9.The Past Reborns The Storms [Demo Version]5:09
10.A Hora E A Vez Do Cabelo Nascer2:22
11.Drug Me1:53
12.Crucificados Pelo Sistema1:04
13.Anticop [Live]3:03
14.Intro [Live]1:30
15.Arise [Live]2:51
16.Inner Self [Live]4:43
17.Mass Hypnosis [Live]4:25
18.Escape To The Void [Live]5:04
19.Troops Of Doom [Live]2:54
20.Altered State [Live]5:21
As most metalheads know, Sepultura started out as two brothers, Max and Igor Cavalera, who started a band after their dad's death. The band started out with those two and Wagner Lamounier and Paulo Jr. Wagner left, and the band recorded the Bestial Devastaion EP and Morbid Visions, with Max on vocals. The band was still in its black metal stages. After releasing it, Schizophrenia was released. It had the band becoming a thrash-death band. After releasing Schizophrenia, Sepultura released one of their best albums, Beneath the Remains. Overall a kickass album. Today, it is considered to be one of the best thrash albums of all time. The band soon moved to Phoenix, Arizona, and recorded Arise. By the time that Arise was released, Sepultura became the most applauded death thrash band at the time. They overall enjoyed tons of success. However, like every thrash metal band at the time, Sepultura left their death thrash roots and went industrial and punk with their fifth album, Chaos A.D. It is still considered to be one of the best metal albums today. The album gave them much more positive critical reception, and they became more famous, even after leaving their death thrash style. However, almost every thrash metal band made the same move because of the growing grunge movement. Those bands include but are not limited to: Metallica, Anthrax, Megadeth, Overkill, and, exactly like I just said, Sepultura. In my opinion, it was a bit of a weak album. The albums Beneath the Remains and Arise made your head bang and you were just pumped. You just wanted to listen to Sepultura and headbang all night and you wanted that night to last forever. I just didn’t get that from Chaos A.D. With all opinions on Sepultura’s obvious move aside, this compilation has all of the B-sides on singles for each album. If you want more Sepultura from their glory days, I recommend buying it. If you also want their demos, go right ahead. This is your CD to buy.