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Sepulquarta

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After releasing 2020's dizzying concept LP Quadra, Sepultura was ready to hit the road and preach the progressive thrash gospel from the stage. Instead, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the band went into lockdown mode and began moshing from the relative safety of home. A Q&A-style podcast was started and before long others from the displaced metal community were joining in to talk shop and jam. Those weekly team-ups with friends and peers have been collected on SepulQuarta, a socially distanced live LP that features contemporaries like Devin Townsend, Scott Ian (Anthrax), Danko Jones, and Matt Heafy (Trivium) helping to re-interpret some of Sepultura's best tracks. The set commences with a blazing Ian and David Ellefson-assisted rendering of concert staple "Territory," one of several cuts that allows frontman Derrick Green to finally put his tenured renditions of the band's Max Cavalera-era material to tape. Sacred Reich bassist Phil Rind helps the band tear through a propulsive version of 1989's "Inner Self," while Fernanda Lira (Crypta, ex-Nervosa), Angélica Burns (Hatefulmurder), and Mayara Puertas (Torture Squad) join Green on a relentless take of 1998's "Hatred Aside." In keeping with Sepultura's spirit of innovation, the band is joined by influential Brazilian drum legends Joao Barone and Charles Gavin, who add some regional flair to an eclectic rendition of 1996's "Ratamahatta." The set closes with a driving and menacing version of Motörhead's "Orgasmatron" (featuring Phil Campbell) that adds a nice sharp exclamation point to the proceedings.
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1
Territory Explicit
00:04:50

Sepultura, MainArtist - Igor Cavalera, Composer, Lyricist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - MAX CAVALERA, Composer, Lyricist - David Ellefson, FeaturedArtist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

2
Cut-Throat Explicit
00:02:44

Sepultura, MainArtist - Igor Cavalera, Composer, Lyricist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - MAX CAVALERA, Composer, Lyricist - Scott Ian, FeaturedArtist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

3
Sepulnation
00:04:20

Sepultura, MainArtist - Danko Jones, FeaturedArtist - Igor Cavalera, Composer, Lyricist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - Derrick Green, Composer, Lyricist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

4
Inner Self
00:05:10

Sepultura, MainArtist - Igor Cavalera, Composer, Lyricist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - MAX CAVALERA, Composer, Lyricist - Phil Rind, FeaturedArtist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

5
Hatred Aside
00:04:03

Sepultura, MainArtist - Igor Cavalera, Composer, Lyricist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - Derrick Green, Composer, Lyricist - Jason Newsted, Composer, Lyricist - Fernanda Lira, FeaturedArtist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist - Mayara Puertas, FeaturedArtist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

6
Mask Explicit
00:04:41

Sepultura, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - Derrick Green, Composer, Lyricist - Devin Townsend, FeaturedArtist - Jean Dolabella, Composer, Lyricist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

7
Fear, Pain, Chaos, Suffering
00:03:44

Sepultura, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - Derrick Green, Composer, Lyricist - Emmily Barreto, FeaturedArtist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist - Elóy Casagrande, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

8
Vandals Nest
00:02:56

Sepultura, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - Derrick Green, Composer, Lyricist - Alex Skolnick, FeaturedArtist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist - Elóy Casagrande, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

9
Slave New World
00:02:55

Sepultura, MainArtist - Igor Cavalera, Composer, Lyricist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - Matthew K. Heafy, FeaturedArtist - Evan Seinfeld, Composer, Lyricist - MAX CAVALERA, Composer, Lyricist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

10
Ratamahatta Explicit
00:04:12

Sepultura, MainArtist - Igor Cavalera, Composer, Lyricist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - Charles Gavin, FeaturedArtist - Carlinhos Brown, Composer, Lyricist - João Barone, FeaturedArtist - MAX CAVALERA, Composer, Lyricist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

11
Apes of God Explicit
00:03:16

Sepultura, MainArtist - Igor Cavalera, Composer, Lyricist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - Derrick Green, Composer, Lyricist - Rob Cavestany, FeaturedArtist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

12
Phantom Self
00:05:27

Sepultura, MainArtist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - Derrick Green, Composer, Lyricist - Mark Holcomb, FeaturedArtist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist - Elóy Casagrande, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

13
Slaves of Pain
00:04:06

Sepultura, MainArtist - Igor Cavalera, Composer, Lyricist - Andreas Kisser, Composer, Lyricist - MAX CAVALERA, Composer, Lyricist - Fred Leclercq, FeaturedArtist - Marcello Pompeu, FeaturedArtist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

14
Kaiowas
00:04:14

Sepultura, MainArtist - Igor Cavalera, Composer - Andreas Kisser, Composer - MAX CAVALERA, Composer - Rafael Bittencourt, FeaturedArtist - Paulo Xisto Pinto, Composer

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

15
Orgasmatron Explicit
00:04:18

Sepultura, MainArtist - Peter Gill, Composer, Lyricist - Phil Campbell, FeaturedArtist - Ian Fraser Kilmister, Composer, Lyricist - Philip Anthony Campbell, Composer, Lyricist - Michael Richard Burston, Composer, Lyricist

2021 Nuclear Blast 2021 Nuclear Blast

Album Description

After releasing 2020's dizzying concept LP Quadra, Sepultura was ready to hit the road and preach the progressive thrash gospel from the stage. Instead, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the band went into lockdown mode and began moshing from the relative safety of home. A Q&A-style podcast was started and before long others from the displaced metal community were joining in to talk shop and jam. Those weekly team-ups with friends and peers have been collected on SepulQuarta, a socially distanced live LP that features contemporaries like Devin Townsend, Scott Ian (Anthrax), Danko Jones, and Matt Heafy (Trivium) helping to re-interpret some of Sepultura's best tracks. The set commences with a blazing Ian and David Ellefson-assisted rendering of concert staple "Territory," one of several cuts that allows frontman Derrick Green to finally put his tenured renditions of the band's Max Cavalera-era material to tape. Sacred Reich bassist Phil Rind helps the band tear through a propulsive version of 1989's "Inner Self," while Fernanda Lira (Crypta, ex-Nervosa), Angélica Burns (Hatefulmurder), and Mayara Puertas (Torture Squad) join Green on a relentless take of 1998's "Hatred Aside." In keeping with Sepultura's spirit of innovation, the band is joined by influential Brazilian drum legends Joao Barone and Charles Gavin, who add some regional flair to an eclectic rendition of 1996's "Ratamahatta." The set closes with a driving and menacing version of Motörhead's "Orgasmatron" (featuring Phil Campbell) that adds a nice sharp exclamation point to the proceedings.
© James Christopher Monger /TiVo

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