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Sepultura: Roots

Release Date: Feb 1996. Label: Roadrunner. Genres: Death Metal/Black Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal, Progressive Metal, Speed Metal, Thrash. Number Of Tracks: 15. Roots consolidates Sepultura's position as perhaps the most distinctive, original heavy metal band of the '90s.

POSTED: 01/09/2008 - 01:47 am

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sepultura: The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heartcompact discs
Sepultura: The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart

Released: Oct 25, 2013. Genre: Groove Metal, Thrash Metal, Death Metal. Label: Nuclear Blast. Number Of Tracks: 10. One of the most vital albums released by Sepultura in years, and also the first to include new drummer, Eloy Casagrande.

POSTED: 10/22/2013 - 09:31 am

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sepultura: Morbid Visionscompact discs
Sepultura: Morbid Visions

Release Date: 1986. Label: Roadrunner. Genres: Alternative Metal, Thrash, Death Metal/Black Metal, Heavy Metal, Speed Metal, Progressive Metal. Number Of Tracks: 13. Sepultura shows early flashes of death metal inspiration on "Warriors Of Death", "Crucifixion" and "Show Me The Wrath", while "Troops Of Doom" is the only obvious standout.

POSTED: 02/29/2012 - 03:06 am

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sepultura: Beneath The Remainscompact discs
Sepultura: Beneath The Remains

Release Date: May 1989. Label: Roadrunner. Genres: Alternative Metal, Thrash, Death Metal/Black Metal, Heavy Metal, Speed Metal, Progressive Metal. Number Of Tracks: 12. Sepultura's 1989 release, Beneath the Remains, marked the band's transition from third-world obscurity to major contenders in the international extreme metal arena.

POSTED: 01/27/2012 - 02:16 am

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sepultura: Bestial Devastation [EP]compact discs
Sepultura: Bestial Devastation [EP]

Released: 1990. Genre: Death Metal, Black Metal, Thrash Metal. Label: Cogumelo Records. Number Of Tracks: 6. The tracks on this EP are still regarded by many as one of the most influential metal releases, and one of the first death metal releases. It's amazing how these four guys, just around the age of 15, made such a brutal, heavy and highly influential metal record.

POSTED: 12/21/2011 - 03:17 am

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sepultura: Dante XXIcompact discs
Sepultura: Dante XXI

Released: Mar 13, 2006. Genre: Thrash metal, groove metal. Label: Steamhammer. Number Of Tracks: 15. Since the mid 90s Sepultura have been experimenting with various elements and the products of those experiments have ranged From the mediocre Chaos AD to the quite bad Nation.

POSTED: 08/09/2010 - 07:17 am

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sepultura: A-Lexcompact discs
Sepultura: A-Lex

Released: Jan 26th, 2009. Genre: Groove metal/hardcore. Label: SPV Records. Number Of Tracks: 18. A-Lex' is the work of a tight unit, one that truly knows what it is doing despite any preconceived notions.

POSTED: 01/30/2009 - 07:45 am

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sepultura: Arisecompact discs
Sepultura: Arise

Release Date: Apr 2, 1991. Label: Roadrunner. Genres: Heavy Metal, Speed Metal, Progressive Metal. Number Of Tracks: 9. In their previous seven-year existence Sepultura had steadily established themselves as Brazil's premier metal outfit, but it wasn't until 1991's breakthrough album Arise that they truly captured hearts and minds.

POSTED: 01/10/2008 - 02:55 am

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sepultura: Rootscompact discs
Sepultura: Roots

Release Date: Feb 1996. Label: Roadrunner. Genres: Death Metal/Black Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal, Progressive Metal, Speed Metal, Thrash. Number Of Tracks: 15. Roots consolidates Sepultura's position as perhaps the most distinctive, original heavy metal band of the '90s.

POSTED: 01/09/2008 - 01:47 am

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sepultura: Chaos A.D.compact discs
Sepultura: Chaos A.D.

Release Date: 1993. Label: Roadrunner/Epic. Genres: Thrash, Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal, Death Metal/Black Metal. Number Of Tracks: 16. Chaos A.D. was the record where everything came together for Sepultura, when they graduated from being an excellent, if derivative, band into one of metal's most unique voices.

POSTED: 08/31/2007 - 06:38 am

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sepultura: Nationcompact discs
Sepultura: Nation

Release Date: Mar 20, 2001. Label: Roadrunner. Genres: Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 15. Trust that Nation is far more real and way scarier than when your mean older brother used to lock you in the closet and play Prokofiev's "Peter And The Wolf," but it's well worth the ride.

POSTED: 05/29/2006 - 08:23 am

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sepultura: Schizophreniacompact discs
Sepultura: Schizophrenia

Release Date: 1987. Label: Roadrunner. Genres: Alternative Metal, Thrash, Death Metal/Black Metal, Heavy Metal, Speed Metal, Progressive Metal. Number Of Tracks: 10. Schizophrenia displayed a remarkable sonic evolution in both technical and creative terms.

POSTED: 04/18/2006 - 04:45 am

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