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As far as heaviness and intensity go, Sepultura were one of the top live metal bands of the late '80s/early '90s, during their Max Cavalera era. But with singer Derrick Green a member of Sepultura for nearly ten years by 2005, the time was right to document what the latter era of Sepultura could do on-stage, as evidenced by Live in São Paulo. The double-disc set includes selections from throughout the Brazilian metal band's career, while Sepultura gives a metal makeover to a few interesting covers from non-metal bands: Public Enemy's "Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos" and U2's "Bullet the Blue Sky." Elsewhere, you can't go wrong with power-packed versions of the Sepultura classics "Refuse/Resist," "Territory," "Biotech Is Godzilla," "Dead Embryonic Cells," a set-closing rendition of "Roots Bloody Roots," and such latter-day tracks as "Choke" and "Apes of God." As evidenced by Live in São Paulo, Sepultura can still unleash the fury on-stage.


Formed: 1984 in Brazil

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

From their humble beginnings in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Sepultura became the most successful Brazilian heavy metal band in history. Over a ten-year period, the band grew from strength to strength, transforming itself from a primitive death metal ensemble into one of the leading creative trendsetters of the international aggressive music scene. Unfortunately, a bitter internal crisis almost destroyed the band, and Sepultura struggled to recover their previous momentum. Hailing from Brazil's third...
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