Well, I was too lazy to listen to this Sepultura album at the time of its release in 2013. You have two ways to listen to it: First - if you listen thinking about the past of the band, you will find this album a crap and will not even hear it all. Second - If you listen in a neutral and impartial way, you may find it nice or not, but at least you can listen to everything and evaluate without fear. The apathy died and I was left with the 2nd option. "The Mediator Between Head and Hands Must Be The Heart" is a very well made and produced album by signal, in addition to being inspired by a classic and dystopian movie called "Metropolis". The sound part of this new album is not new, because it is a continuation of "Kairos", for example. This album contains ten tracks, one of which is "Da Lama Ao Caos" Chico Science & Nação Zumbi cover song with Andreas Kisser singing and also has the special participation of Dave Lombardo on drums on the track "Obsessed". "Vatican" is also a track that deserves to be highlighted. So the record is excellent? No, but it's good and it's a really listenable album.
Thrash Metal / Groove - Belo Horizonte / São Paulo - Minas Gerais / São Paulo - Brasil