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Beneath the Remains is the third studio album and major label debut by Brazilian thrash metal band Sepultura, released on April 7, 1989. It was their first release by Roadrunner Records. The album had improved production and songwriting compared to the band's previous albums. In time it would be acclaimed as a classic in the thrash metal genre. According to vocalist Max Cavalera, Sepultura had "really found style" on that album.
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Sepultura : Beneath the Remains,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. The title track opens the album with acoustic picking that is eerily reminiscent of Metallica's 'Call of Ktulu', but then explodes into a hyper-speed explosion of thrash that barrels onwards at a hundred miles an hour. Max Cavalera gives the vocal performance of his career on this album, his rabid growl perfectly suited the raw, primitive feeling of the album. Second track 'Inner Self' slows the tempo but at no point loses the power of the opener. The drumming of Ivor Cavalera is strong, punishing and relentless in its pursuit of the riffing
Sepultura Beneath the Remains Beneath the Remains. Roadrunner Records had originally comissioned different artwork for the album cover but they ended up giving it to Obituary for their Cause of Death album. Paulo Jr. did not record any bass on this album. Music video: - Inner Self. Recording information: Co-produced by Sepultura. Recorded at: Nas Nuvens Studio Rio De Janeiro, Brazil December 15-28, 1988. Mixed at: Morrisound Recording Tampa, Florida January 1989.
Beneath the Remains had improved production and songwriting compared to the band's previous albums. In time it would be acclaimed as a classic in the thrash metal genre Cover art. This was their first album to feature a Michael Whelan cover art. There was a bit of controversy surrounding the cover art used for this album. Sepultura had initially planned on using another Michael Whelan cover art, Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabre
For me, after Chaos . this is the real Sepultura classic. One of the records that made Sepultura a household name was Beneath the Remains. On this album, the death-tinged, brutal, technical brand of thrash the band had presented on their first two outings was perfected with better musical chops, better songwriting and, for the first time, a real producer. In fact, for this album, the brothers recruited Scott Burns – later known for working with Obituary, among others, bot for whom this was the first ever solo production job. Rather than travelling to Florida, however, they had Burns come to Brazil to produce in their home town of Belo Horizonte.