The Metal Observer - Everything in Metal!

Band-Archives: Metalheads online.  
# | A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z By country | By style | By reviewer






Band history still to come.

More Reviews
Current Updates
Print article
Rating explanation

216 tablatures for Sepultura


Sepultura - Under A Pale Grey Sky (6/10) - Brazil - 2002

Genre: Thrash Metal
Label: Roadrunner Records
Playing time: 55:47/52:28
Band homepage: Sepultura

Tracklist:


Disc 1:
  1. Itsari (Intro)
  2. Roots Bloody Roots
  3. Spit
  4. Territory
  5. Monologo Ao Pe Do Ouvido
  6. Breed Apart
  7. Attitude
  8. Cut-Throat
  9. Troops Of Doom
  10. Beneath The Remains/Mass Hypnosis
  11. Born Stubborn
  12. Desperate Cry
  13. Necromancer
  14. Dusted
  15. Endangered Species
Disc 2:
  1. We Who Are Not As Others
  2. Straighthate
  3. Dictatorshit
  4. Refuse/Resist
  5. Arise/Dead Embryonic Cells
  6. Slave New World
  7. Biotech Is Godzilla
  8. Inner Self
  9. Policia
  10. We Gotta Know
  11. Kaiowas
  12. Ratamahatta
  13. Orgasmatron
Sepultura - Under A Pale Grey Sky
Though METALLICA, SLAYER and so on have released their live album ages ago, it was astonishing that SEPULTURA, one of the few real live bands, had not done the same yet. "Under A Pale Grey Sky" arrives then to fill that hole, but you can only ask some questions.

Why releasing in 2002 a double live album recorded in 1996? Why releasing a live album with Max Cavalera on it, though he got sacked right after that very tour? The 'bad' people will say that SEPULTURA don't sell shit anymore, and that Roadrunner needs some money. The others will say… what they want.

Anyway, this live is mostly based on the very mediatic and formated "Roots", which means that the fans of their early years can walk away and will have to be satisfied with only a few tracks. Concerning the sound, it's quite average too, but at least it shows that there haven't any overdubs on this recording, which is quite good!

An honest live album then, showing SEPULTURA as they were back in 1996, right before their entry on the highway to hell. And of course way behind such live albums as "Decade Of Aggression"… (Online October 30, 2002)

Thomas Bonnicel



© 2000-2013 The Metal Observer. All rights reserved. Disclaimer