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Schizophrenia - Sepultura

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Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Nu Metal / Artist: Sepultura / Original recording remastered / Audio CD released 2000-05-08 at Roadrunner

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      11.10.2009 22:26
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      Released way back in 1987, Sepultura's second full-length 'Schizophrenia' merges the raw, proto-black metal sound of the likes of Hellhammer and Sarcofago with the thrash riffs of Sodom and early Slayer and Metallica. The album has a murky, crunchy-sounding production job that does a great job of conveying an atmosphere of evil and unease, and whilst the songs consist of all-out breakneck thrash pummelling pretty much from start to finish they never become dull on account of the neverending supply of crushing, chugging riffs, powerful grooves and unhinged melodic solos that litter the songs, accompanied too by some excellent low, coarse, growled vocals courtesy of Max Cavalera.

      There are some slower parts throughout the album, such as the acoustic intro and creepy, Bethlehem-like riffs at the start of 'Inquisition Symphony', but essentially 'Schizophrenia' is a chaotic and relentless listen built around a sinple yet inventive and constantly changing thrash framework. Bursting with passion, energy and dark atmosphere, the album is hugely enjoyable and such is the creativity on show that the album can be revisited time and time again without getting old. A classic piece of raw, dirty, old-school thrash, 'Schizophrenia' remains one of the finest moments of Sepultura's career.

      Tracklisting-

      1. Intro 00:33
      2. From the Past Comes the Storms 04:57
      3. To the Wall 05:39
      4. Escape to the Void 04:41
      5. Inquisition Symphony 07:16
      6. Screams Behind the Shadows 04:51
      7. Septic Schizo 04:34
      8. The Abyss 01:03
      9. R.I.P. (Rest in Pain) 04:39
      Total playing time 38:13

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    Disc #1 Tracklisting
    1 Intro
    2 From The Past Comes The Storms
    3 To The Wall
    4 Escape From The Void
    5 Inquisition
    6 Screams Behind The Shadows
    7 Septic Schizo
    8 Abyss
    9 RIP
    10 Troops Of Doom