I quite enjoy this! Super well-recorded for a speed metal album from 1987. My only complaint is the vocals, which are barked and a bit tinny. To be fair, that was the style at the time, but a different approach could have put this album over the 4.0 mark pretty easily.
The songs are intricate and aggresive, taking a lot from Slayer and Morbid Saint, but somehow they end up catchy too (...relatively. It's still metal). After Schizophrenia Sepultura would slow things down quite a bit. Somehow this is the album of theirs I keep coming back to.
Album Highlights: One of the best late-80's metal instrumentals Inquisition Symphony. Gauntlets thrown, Metallica.
|Track Title||Rating||Last Listen|
|Sepultura - 01-Session1 Track1||-||12/6/2021|
|Sepultura - 03-Session1 Track3||-||12/6/2021|
|Sepultura - 04-Session1 Track4||-||12/6/2021|
|Sepultura - 02-Session1 Track2||-||12/6/2021|
|Sepultura - 05-Session1 Track5||-||12/6/2021|
|Sepultura - 06-Session1 Track6||-||12/6/2021|
|Sepultura - 07-Session1 Track7||-||12/6/2021|
|Sepultura - 08-Session1 Track8||-||12/6/2021|
|Sepultura - 09-Session1 Track9||-||12/6/2021|
|Sepultura - 10-Session1 Track10||-||12/6/2021|
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