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Description: J J If Sepultura's album Chaos A.D. established the band as more than just another death metal outfit, Roots expands both its search for identity and its quest for sheer aural destruction. Frontman Max Cavalera explores his past in "Roots, Bloody Roots" and "Endangered Species," and plays with a remote Brazilian tribe on "Rattamahatta". Elsewhere, Sepultura experiments with minor-key dynamics and atonal harmonics, imbuing their wall of noise with an oppressive sense of mystery. They also extend their musical horizons, adding clattering tin drums and what sounds like a jew's-harp to "Breed Apa ... (more)
Manufacturer: Roadrunner Records
Release date: 12 March 1996
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0016861890025 UPC: 016861890025
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Furyan rated this 7/10 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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Top 11 Metal Albums of the 1990s (11 music items)

" Sepultura have been all over the map, jumping from death metal and thrash metal to nü-metal and industrial with ease. 'Roots' found the Brazilian band experimenting with native rhythms from their homeland and bringing in guests like Korn's Jonathan Davis and Faith No More's Mike Patton to further mix things up. The result is considered one of the their most diverse albums ever, a disc forged in metal traditions but with a determined modernist slant."


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