The Doom Of All Fires - Love how Max's vocals calm down throughout. This album saw the renuinion of the Cavalera brothers, who when disbanding Sepultura after maybe a decade of amazing music in 1997, they got back together. Bloodbrawl - Max just spits words like venom. Quite honestly, one would be hard-pressed to find fault with Psychosis. It is pulled off very successfully. Rasputin - What a fierce intro. I've noticed a patter that Max is albe to release an album every year now, with Soulfly and Cavalera Conspiracy releasing an album every 2 years, with one in between the other, only making more classic metal.
This is the kinda groove that only the brothers Cavalera can pull off: crushing-yet-danceable in a tribal dance sorta way. . Black Ark - One of the most interesting songs on the album. Mario Andrés Orozco and Max Hawkins to have the refunds, as well as the company that was selling the tickets online. I like the Gojira like grooves I wonder why haha. Target - This is how thrash should sound. Genghis Khan - Great arrangment and diverse vocals.
Lynch Mob - Great chorus and guest vocals from some person who I don't know anyone help me out here. The vocals are aggressive and carry lots of bite and caustic attitude. Jihad Joe - Great chorus, but to be honest, the lyrics aren't the best. Warlord - Great grooves and fierce riffs. Thrasher - Kick ass riffs. Interesting arrangement with some killer riffs.
Very cathcy and fierce reminded me of Fear Factory. Some very interesting changes and moments. The song is constructed around a particularly violent proto-black metal riff, one that weaves itself into an incredibly brutal Napalm Death-like fabric. The brothers fell out with each other in December 1996. Psychosis reiterates how incredibly important both Max and Igor are to the entirety of extreme metal, nay, metal. It is now more apparent than ever that Cavalera Conspiracy are Sepultura. My brother told me this album was suprisingly good, and to be honest I had mixed opinions of what I was going to be expect.
Rather it shows that the Cavalera brothers can still create something relatively magical when they work together. Igor stayed with Sepultura until 2006 where he also left the band thereby paving the way for Cavalera Conspiracy which as the name suggests is a collaboration between the two brothers. As it relates to the latter, the music is reaching near boiling point, encroaching on the unholy zenith of early Sepultura epic-ness! The tracks are punchy and effectful, sometimes thrashy and sometimes drawing influences from more contemporary genres, but always delivered with conviction and never simple to a point of getting predictable. That's a lot of damn tunes. In the meantime, we make do with what we've got. This album is more straightfoward, yet experementation is not completely lost.
Although it drags on a bit. I remember seeing the video for this thinking. A fall out that resulted in Max leaving Sepultura and forming Soulfly. And to be honest, Thrash bores me usually. Most of you reading this are likely intimately familiar with the convoluted and sordid history surrounding Sepultura and both current and former members. Fast and to the point. The song is certainly a lone duck when stacked-up against the album's massive wall of extremity.
The Thrash Metal-brothers Iggor and Max Cavalera dive deep into the mire of human panic and anxiety states. An overall great vocal performance by Max Cavalera, which suits the equally aggressive material. A powerfull and amazing song. A hail of Black and Death Metal-arsenal that disturb your hearing in so many ways! Both formerly of Sepultura fame. This really is a step foward from what was achieved on their first release, with some real experiments with structures, riffs, styles and genres including hardcore punk, which is quite frequent on this album.
And a bit of a warning, it doesn't start of the best, but its worth it, as it gets better throughout. With each successive release — be that a Sepultura or Cavalera bros. Killing Inside - Amazing guitar work from Marc. This is the soundtrack to your worst sickness, a most sinister Thrash-psychoses that rip the scabs from old wounds. Bow your heads down amidst the brothers of the crowbar! So if you think Max Cavaler is a one trick pony, think again, shut up, listen and enjoy! Several new cities will witness the legendary Sepultura classic album Roots performed in its entirety each night by Max, Iggor and their Cavalera Conspiracy brothers Marc Rizzo and Johny Chow. Torture - Nice punky feel. This album really is something to behold.
A very, almost progressive influenced album, with alot of experementation and longer compositions, it really is something interesting to hear. Well, it's clear both camps have moved in completely different directions if the last Sepultura, and this latest Cavalera Conspiracy, are any indication. Now this album I think is a more compacted version of what Conquer did. Must Kill - Great ending. But to be honest, their isn't one bad moment on this album.