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Following the classicist thrash of Beneath the Remains, Sepultura started to evolve its sound. By integrating elements of industrial music, hardcore punk, and—most crucially—South American rhythmic traditions, the group started to assert itself outside of the towering influence of Metallica and Slayer. Not that Arise is a left-field outing by any means. The two leadoff singles—“Arise” and “Dead Embryonic Cells”—are built on the established template of Beneath the Remains, but they're more textural and more dynamic, and they include more unexpected sonic surprises. The industrial influence comes alive on “Altered State” and “Under Siege,” which not only highlight Sepultura’s search for new rhythmic forms but prove that Sepultura is as interested in setting a mood as nailing a riff. Propelled by drummer Igor Cavalera, the group first began to uncover a new kind of swinging, low-end groove in songs like “Desperate Cry.” The album closes with a fist-pumping cover of Motörhead’s “Orgasmatron,” verifying that no matter what risks Sepultura might have taken with its music, at heart it still considered itself part of the rock 'n' roll tradition.

Customer Reviews

Sepultura's "...And Justice For All"

Very good album. It's a jackhammer pounding on your brain. It's only after a couple of listens that you realize this CD actually has very catchy hooks, but they're not the kind of hooks you'd ever hear on rock radio. The production is dry and headache inducing, which means that it sounds great but it punishes you as it pleasures you. Sonically it sounds very much like Metallica's "And Justice For All" except for less melodic vocals.

Eternal Great Metal

Metal at it's roots. A must hear.

Great album

This, along with Schizophrenia and Beneath The Remains, is an amazing piece of classic thrash metal. While their later albums are still good, nothing is quite like this. Arise truly captures the best of their thrash period.


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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