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Quadra

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By its very fast and loud nature thrash metal can be numbingly repetitive, its archaic anger and endless aggression pointless and overly familiar. And yet the exceptions can be glorious, none more potent or listenable than Sepultura. Having lost none of their trademark power and volume, this quartet's music has grown and aged well over the past 35 years thanks to a keen awareness of not repeating themselves—an extraordinarily difficult feat in the genre—with an inventive devotion to detail. While the song titles like, "Fear Pain Chaos Suffering" and angry lyrics infused with demons and urgency connect to the band's storied past, nearly every tune of this 12 track set has an unexpected musical flourish: the violins on the mighty first single, "Isolation"; a whispered soft section in "Autem"; the Brazilian drums that open "Capital Enslavement”; the opening flamenco-flavored acoustic guitars and vocal choirs of "Guardians of the Earth." This a brotherhood always looking for ways to stretch and grow their music beyond the confining bounds of the genre. The recording ethos here—a razor-edged, towering wall-of-amplification—has some surprisingly varied dynamics. The key to the band's continued intensity on Quadra comes from Derrick Green, whose raw roar has become the band's most identifiable sonic signature since replacing original vocalist Max Cavalera in 1997, and drummer Eloy Casagrande, who despite being the shortest tenured and youngest member, has also become a dynamic force as co-writer with guitarist Andreas Kisser. Given their exertions, thrash metal drummers are Olympic athletes and no one deserves a gold more than Casagrande. Fame, money, respect: Sepultura have it all. And yet happily their ambition and hunger remain. © Robert Baird / Qobuz

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1
Isolation
00:04:56

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Derrick Green, Author - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

2
Means to an End
00:04:39

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Derrick Green, Author - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

3
Last Time
00:04:27

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Derrick Green, Author - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

4
Capital Enslavement
00:03:40

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Derrick Green, Author - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

5
Ali
00:04:12

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Derrick Green, Author - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

6
Raging Void
00:03:57

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Derrick Green, Author - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

7
Guardians of Earth
00:05:11

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Derrick Green, Author - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

8
The Pentagram
00:05:20

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

9
Autem
00:04:06

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Derrick Green, Author - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

10
Quadra
00:00:46

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

11
Agony of Defeat
00:05:51

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Derrick Green, Author - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

12
Fear, Pain, Chaos, Suffering
00:04:09

Sepultura, Artist, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer - Derrick Green, Author - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer - Elóy Casagrande, Composer

2020 Nuclear Blast 2020 Nuclear Blast

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By its very fast and loud nature thrash metal can be numbingly repetitive, its archaic anger and endless aggression pointless and overly familiar. And yet the exceptions can be glorious, none more potent or listenable than Sepultura. Having lost none of their trademark power and volume, this quartet's music has grown and aged well over the past 35 years thanks to a keen awareness of not repeating themselves—an extraordinarily difficult feat in the genre—with an inventive devotion to detail. While the song titles like, "Fear Pain Chaos Suffering" and angry lyrics infused with demons and urgency connect to the band's storied past, nearly every tune of this 12 track set has an unexpected musical flourish: the violins on the mighty first single, "Isolation"; a whispered soft section in "Autem"; the Brazilian drums that open "Capital Enslavement”; the opening flamenco-flavored acoustic guitars and vocal choirs of "Guardians of the Earth." This a brotherhood always looking for ways to stretch and grow their music beyond the confining bounds of the genre. The recording ethos here—a razor-edged, towering wall-of-amplification—has some surprisingly varied dynamics. The key to the band's continued intensity on Quadra comes from Derrick Green, whose raw roar has become the band's most identifiable sonic signature since replacing original vocalist Max Cavalera in 1997, and drummer Eloy Casagrande, who despite being the shortest tenured and youngest member, has also become a dynamic force as co-writer with guitarist Andreas Kisser. Given their exertions, thrash metal drummers are Olympic athletes and no one deserves a gold more than Casagrande. Fame, money, respect: Sepultura have it all. And yet happily their ambition and hunger remain. © Robert Baird / Qobuz

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