Roorback is the ninth studio album by Brazilian heavy metal band Sepultura, released in 2003, through SPV Records. The songs "Mind War" and "Bullet the Blue Sky" were released as singles and music videos. The digipak version (released everywhere except the United States) contains the Revolusongs EP and the video for "Bullet the Blue Sky". The album title refers to the "Roorback forgery".
Thrash Metal Sepultura. Дата релиза 26 Май 2003.
Roots is the sixth studio album by Brazilian metal band Sepultura. It was released in Europe on February 20, 1996 and in the . three weeks later on March 12 by Roadrunner Records. It is the band's last studio album to feature founding member and vocalist/rhythm guitarist Max Cavalera. Following the shift to slower tempos and Latin-tinged rhythms on the album Chaos .
Sepultura experienced a major loss when former lead singer Max Cavalera left to form Soulfly in 1996, but thankfully, Derrick Green proved to be a highly capable replacement. If 1998's mildly uneven Against - Sepultura's first album with Green - found the band struggling with the transition, Green was filling Cavalera's shoes much more confidently on 2001's Nation. And if there are still any lingering doubts about the Green/Sepultura match, 2003's excellent Roorback should put them to rest for good.
Sepultura is a Brazilian heavy metal band from Belo Horizonte.
Sepultura – Roorback. Sepultura – Roorback. Label: Mystic Production – MP-SPV 046. Format: Cassette, Album. Roorback (CD, Album, Enh, Unofficial). Steamhammer (2). SPV 085-74832 CD-E.
Download the album Sepultura - Roorback (2003) for free! Download all the songs on the album in one zipped file, compatible with mobile and desktop. Roorback is the ninth studio album by Brazilian heavy metal band Sepultura, released in 2003, through SPV Records. The songs Mind War and Bullet the Blue Sky were released as singles and music videos. The digipak version (released everywhere except the United States) contains the Revolusongs EP and the video for Bullet the Blue Sky. The album title refers to the Roorback forgery. Sales were down from their previous albums featuring Derrick Green on vocals.
Indeed, Roorback sounds like the more energetic child of Nation, the record that drowned itself in, as much as daring and interesting as it was as an initial idea (the idea of Sepultura not playing it safe). Sepultura look to turn to their heavier side in Roorback, without actually adding anything new to their sound. It couldn’t be said though that they manage to improve on an already established sound of records past either. While the whole idea is that they try and incorporate the best elements from the previous two records, results do vary here.