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great thrash album

igor has now proved to me that he is one of the best drummers im metal history.. love this album refuse resist is like the best song...its a must by for any metal fan

It's true...

The name of the album says it all. It really is the Best of Sepultura. This is an amazing CD and the songs on it are one of the best. Absolutely 100% worth your money. Keep listening and rock on!!

ROOTS,YES BLOODY ROOTS!

this is a supreme example of REAL metal! that max&igor are still crankin out today, this is well drawn out blueprints that todays "screamo" bands dare to try to copy, if you want the real deal stick with this!& then get the live under a pale grey sky

Biography

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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