Sepultura - Live in Sao Paulo (2005) Review
(More customer reviews)I was expecting a little bit more from the DVD, I didn't like the fact they didn't play Beneath The Remains, Inner Self and Dead Embrionic Cells in their entirety, I wish they had play more from the old stuff, i guess the sound was ok. The second DVD has a documentary which is really cool with a little history about Derrick joining Sepultura, 3 Videos and 3 live tracks. I like the fact they played Necromancer, Troops Of Doom and Escape To The Void evergreen tracks in Sepultura history.
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Sepultura are a phenomenon. For over twenty years, the band from Brazil has been delivering a brutal mix of metal, hardcore, thrash, punk and tribal that could hardly be more intense or more passionate. What had begun in Belo Horizonte in 1984 soon turned into a metal hurricane of threatening proportions and has taken on undreamt of dimensions since the enlistment of American vocalist Derek Green in 1998. You have to experience this band live on stage to understand the fascination that this South American act holds. And Sepulturas current songs always indicate the future of heavy metal. Live In Sao Paulo documents the groups significance for the international metal scene and the show that was recorded in theirhometown on April 3, 2005, will be available on double DVD (including bonus material) and double CD. Both formats testify to the groups determination. From the first note of the opener Apes Of God to the final sound on Roots Bloody Roots, there is an incredibly haunting atmosphere, constantly powered by insolent instrumental attacks and Greens charismatic voice.The double DVD presents the whole show (Olimpia 03.04.05) visually and offers lots of additional bonus material. Next to a making-of, there is a comprehensive Sepultura featurette, complete with a special focus on vocalist Derek Green. Intriguing images recount his whole story as the bands vocalist, from the initial contact in the mid-nineties through various projects over the course of the years, to his amazing performance in spring 2005. Then there are three Sepultura video clips (Mind War, Bullet The Blue Sky, Choke) and three more live tracks. The double DVD is rounded off by a slide show and an 18-minute band history. The sound options, PCM Stereo, DTS 96/24, and Dolby Digital 5.1, ensure the authentic presentation of a typically dynamic Sepultura show.