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Derrick Green of Sepultura “There needs to be some type of balance between humanity and technology”

When Derrick Green entered the turbulent world of Sepultura back in 1998, the shit splatter from the fan was still very much pungent in the air. Earning it’s place up there as one of metal’s worst feuds that nigh on equals that of the Dave Mustaine Metallica bootin’ incident of ’83, the departure of Max Cavalera was not only a ...

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Sepultura/ Obscura/ Goatwhore/ Fit For An Autopsy @ The Fleece, Bristol

One thing’s for sure, Fit For An Autopsy won’t be someone’s little opening bitch this evening. Despite all the deathcore wannabes we’ve had to wade knee high to get through, the strongest of these bands are now showing their true colour. With FFAA firmly in the superior camp after showcasing what they’re capable of, their progressive maturity in their sound ...

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Bloodstock 2015 Highlights: Sunday

Sunday  – the last day of the festival. A day where we look back on the best times this weekend and make the most of our last few hours at Bloodstock. But it’s not over yet! We have a full day of rock ‘n’ roll debauchery ahead of us. This morning we are greeted by London groove-metallers Skarthia on the ...

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MetalDays 2015 – Festival Review

Any spare time I get throughout festival season, you can find me in a field in a tent – that’s my happy place. Each year I face the same dilemma, I dream of a beach holiday in the sun; I know I should travel more, but I just can’t draw myself away from the festivals. Music is what I live ...

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Bloodstock announce new bands & clubnights

Festival season has started, but Bloodstock still has a few more little announcements to keep our appetites wet. Ten new bands have been announced across the weekend. Friday on the Sophie Lancaster stage, Messiah’s Kiss take the stand featuring former session musicians for Tony Iommi and Saxon. Saturday welcomes old school thrash act Annihilated, and brutal death metallers Ageless Oblivion. ...

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Sepultura – The Mediator Between Head & Hands Must Be The Heart

Rewind back to the Mid 90’s – Sepultura were one of the leading lights in Metal. After coming out of Brazil in the 80s with the break through thrash classic ‘Beneath The Remains’ – they then smashed the metal world with one classic after the other, ‘Arise‘, ‘Chaos AD’ & then ‘Roots’. With Roots Sepultura & Ross Robinson helped to ...

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Sepultura post ‘The Vatican’ video

Brazilian groove metal kings Sepultura have posted a brand new video. The clip for The Vatican is said to be one of the band’s “most intense” videos to date. Guitarist Andreas Kisser commented: “It shows various obscure facets of the church, from corruption to pedophilia, a dark side that many people like to ignore. The actors were very well selected, ...

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Sepultura release third album trailer

Brazilian metal legends Sepultura have revealed a third album trailer for their upcoming release, The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart. In this new clip, the band discuss guest appearances on the album as well as drums. Check out the new video below! Sepultura will release The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart on ...

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Sepultura announce UK and Ireland tour

Brazilian metal gods Sepultura have announced a UK and Ireland tour for next year. The dates come just prior to the release of the band’s new album, The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart which is due on October 28th via Nuclear Blast Records. You can listen to the first single from the album, Age Of The ...

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Sawthis release new teaser for ‘Youniverse’

Sawthis have revealed a teaser video for their upcoming third studio album, Youniverse. The group have shared the stage with names such as Korn, Sepultura, Lacuna Coil and The Haunted in the past and will be releasing their new record later this month. Youniverse is said to be a concept album with focus on the theme of multiple personality disorder ...

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