Sepultura have always upheld their Brazilian roots. Band members Max Cavalera (vocals / guitar), Andreas Kisser (guitar), Paolo Jr. (bass) and Igor Caverla (drums) feature in this exclusive audiobiog and share how traditional tribal music features in their writing and performances as they rose from the poverty of San Paola to become Brazil's first international music success story.
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Sepultura experiment with their music and produce a fusion of heavy metal and thunderous tribal rhythms.
Determination, selling merchandise and support from the record company kept the band going in the early days. In their lyrics they confront social issues homing in on real life issues such as anger, envy and social distortion. They are driven by a rage and aggression and their fans are real people who have had their lives messed up. In this unique audiobiog the band reveal why they don't do drugs, talk about life on the road and how they manage their success. A classic recording for the collector and fan.
In this Rockview Audiobiography, the bassist from heavy metal band Sepultura speaks about his band's rise from poverty to become Brazil’s first internationally successful recording artists.
Recorded backstage in 1991, this interview by Pete Bruens with Sepultura’s Paulo Jr. touches on the recording of the band’s fourth album, Arise, in Florida and their use of tribal drumming. Paulo Jr. also speaks about Brazil’s social problems, their squabbles with MTV, and how his band is able to make money on T-shirts but not on touring.
This interview, a treasure for Sepultura collectors, is uncompromising and idealistic.