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Pandemonium

Cavalera Conspiracy

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The third studio long-player from the Brazilian brother-led metal outfit with ties to Sepultura, Soulfly, Gojira, Converge, and Stone Sour, the Napalm Records-issued Pandemonium finds the Cavalera Conspiracy falling back on their thrash roots, offering up a blistering ten-track set (an extended edition adds two bonus cuts) that dials back (a bit) on the thunderous groove-metal of prior outings in favor of a more kinetic, almost grindcore-inspired approach. Pandemonium was preceded by the aptly named first single "Bonzai Kamikazee," which chronicled the tenacity of Japanese suicide pilots during the Pacific campaign of World War II.
© James Christopher Monger /TiVo

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1
Babylonian Pandemonium
00:03:35

Cavalera Conspiracy, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH (P) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH

2
Bonzai Kamakazee
00:04:04

Cavalera Conspiracy, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH (P) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH

3
Scum
00:02:28

Cavalera Conspiracy, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH (P) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH

4
I, Barbarian
00:03:24

Cavalera Conspiracy, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH (P) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH

5
Cramunhão
00:05:28

Cavalera Conspiracy, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH (P) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH

6
Apex Predator
00:03:45

Cavalera Conspiracy, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH (P) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH

7
Insurrection
00:03:49

Cavalera Conspiracy, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH (P) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH

8
Not Losing the Edge Explicit
00:05:10

Cavalera Conspiracy, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH (P) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH

9
Father of Hate
00:03:31

Cavalera Conspiracy, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH (P) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH

10
The Crucible
00:03:27

Cavalera Conspiracy, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH (P) 2014 Napalm Records Handels GmbH

Album Description

The third studio long-player from the Brazilian brother-led metal outfit with ties to Sepultura, Soulfly, Gojira, Converge, and Stone Sour, the Napalm Records-issued Pandemonium finds the Cavalera Conspiracy falling back on their thrash roots, offering up a blistering ten-track set (an extended edition adds two bonus cuts) that dials back (a bit) on the thunderous groove-metal of prior outings in favor of a more kinetic, almost grindcore-inspired approach. Pandemonium was preceded by the aptly named first single "Bonzai Kamikazee," which chronicled the tenacity of Japanese suicide pilots during the Pacific campaign of World War II.
© James Christopher Monger /TiVo

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