segunda-feira, 20 de abril de 2015
Before this album was released, Max Cavalera said that the songs of this new work would sound grindcore and this would be the most extreme record that he would do in his artistic career. He also said his brother Iggor Cavalera would play very fast drums as in the old albums of Sepultura. The expectation came over all waiting anxiously for this new record. Well, "Pandemonium" has absolutely nothing related to grindcore. Of course it has some fast songs like thrash metal mixed with hardcore but basically the groove is inserted throughout the album's plot, in other words, "Pandemonium" is musically very similar to the previous two albums. Max also uses some experimentalism and effects on your voice and it's pretty cool. One of the bonus tracks from the new album is called "Porra" and that shit! This song cites the Brazilian soccer "heroes"... The cover art was done by Stephan Doitschinoff and... I don't know... this art is horrible! The interesting thing is that this drawing shows the flag of the state of São Paulo (Brazilian state) in flames. Well, despite the criticism I liked this album but I expected more.
Thrash Metal / Groove / Hardcore - Phoenix - Arizona - E.U.A. / U.S.A.