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  1. Roots é o sexto álbum de estúdio da banda brasileira de heavy metal Sepultura, lançado em Continuando o caminho delineado em Chaos A.D., Roots apresenta extensas influências de música brasileira, sendo sua principal característica o uso de percussão tribal [1].O álbum também apresenta influências do então nascente gênero nu metal, com o uso proeminente de guitarras em Gênero(s): Groove metal, Metal alternativo, Death metal.
  2. Roots is the sixth studio album by Brazilian heavy metal band Sepultura. It was released in Europe on February 20, and in the U.S. three weeks later on March 12 by Roadrunner Records. The.
  3. After 's Roots, guitarist and vocalist Max Cavalera left, although the band found their groove again with American singer Derrick Greene. And when Max's brother, drummer Igor Cavalera, left the group to reunite with his brother in the Cavalera Conspiracy, Sepultura again stabilized, proven by late-period highlights Machine Messiah and Quadra.
  4. " Roots Bloody Roots " is a song by Brazilian metal band Sepultura. It was released in February as the lead single from their sixth album Roots. The song is the band's best known and remains a concert staple to this day, usually being performed on encores.
  5. The Roots of Sepultura is a double-disc album by Sepultura, released in November The second disc contains a collection of unreleased tracks, b-sides, alternate mixes, and live recordings. This release differs from Roots and the 25th Anniversary Roots album as the B-Sides disc has a different series of akinoragavironkalas.xyzinfo: Groove metal, nu metal.
  6. Tracklist: 1. Roots Bloody Roots, 2. Attitude, 3. Cut-Throat, 4. Ratamahatta, 5. Breed Apart, 6. Straighthate, 7. Spit, 8. Lookaway, 9. Dusted, Born Stubborn,
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Roots Bloody Roots - Sepultura on AllMusic -
  8. True to its title, Roots wholeheartedly embraces Sepultura 's native Brazilian rhythms, augmenting their music with field recordings of the Xavantes Indians, vocalist/percussionist Carlinhos Brown, and expanded percussion sections.9/
  9. Sepultura's most popular song, their lead singer Max Cavalara told us, "It's about believe in yourself, about be proud of your heritage, proud of where you come from. Really powerful but simple lyrics. So it's really about just be down with your own roots and believe in your roots." (Here's our full.

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