Max And Igor Cavalera - To Play 'Roots' In Its Entirety


Former Sepultura members Max Cavalera (guitar, vocals) and Igor Cavalera (drums) plan to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the band's classic album, Roots, by performing the album in its entirety on a U.S. tour later this year. The Brazilian brothers were both founding members of Sepultura but now join forces in Cavalera Conspiracy.

Speaking to PlanetMosh in Northern Ireland, Max said: "Actually, this is twenty years of the Roots album, so [Igor and I] are planning to play the whole Roots record. I think we're doing it in the States. Hopefully we'll come to Europe as well, playing the whole record. And then I'm gonna work with him to try to work on some new tunes for a new Cavalera. I think this time we're gonna actually use a real producer; I don't know who yet."

He added: "I like all three Cavalera albums. I think Pandemonium [2014] was definitely the heaviest, but Inflikted [2008] was actually my favorite; it was the first one we did. So I wanna continue that with Igor. I love my brother and I love playing with him."




Source: youtube.com
Band profile: Cavalera Conspiracy
 
Posted: 07.02.2016 by Bad English


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07.02.2016 - 13:18
cossaisVendeurs
Waiting for the Cavalera fanboys to moan about a possible-yet- won't be happening Sepultura reunion.
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07.02.2016 - 15:30
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Tage Westerlund
Classic album are all before 90's
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07.02.2016 - 15:35
Marcel Hubregtse
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Written by Bad English on 07.02.2016 at 15:30

Classic album are all before 90's



Uhm, nope, Arise is also a classic as is Chaos A.D.
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07.02.2016 - 15:41
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Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 07.02.2016 at 15:35

Written by Bad English on 07.02.2016 at 15:30

Classic album are all before 90's



Uhm, nope, Arise is also a classic as is Chaos A.D.


well yes, all before Roots , best what band can do is re record each album, 80's has if I recall bad quality
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07.02.2016 - 18:29
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Written by Bad English on 07.02.2016 at 15:41

well yes, all before Roots , best what band can do is re record each album, 80's has if I recall bad quality

I wouldn't call it "bad" quality, per se, just low budget.
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07.02.2016 - 18:31
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Written by psykometal on 07.02.2016 at 18:29

Written by Bad English on 07.02.2016 at 15:41

well yes, all before Roots , best what band can do is re record each album, 80's has if I recall bad quality

I wouldn't call it "bad" quality, per se, just low budget.


that's also, but still what I hate in metal are garage demo worshiping, cassettes, drum programing's and low budgets , DM is worst when it comes whit home recordings
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07.02.2016 - 20:42
Korah
Please don't!!
I'm a huge Sepultura fan but Roots in its entiery is a torture. "Roots Bloody Roots" is the only very good track on it, with "Ratamahatta" or "Attitude" if you dig well. The real Triforce is Beneath The Remains/Arise/Chaos AD.
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07.02.2016 - 21:38
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Written by Korah on 07.02.2016 at 20:42

Please don't!!
I'm a huge Sepultura fan but Roots in its entiery is a torture. "Roots Bloody Roots" is the only very good track on it, with "Ratamahatta" or "Attitude" if you dig well. The real Triforce is Beneath The Remains/Arise/Chaos AD.

what this guy said, but seriously hopefully having a producer for a new CC album would get them in line
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07.02.2016 - 23:46
Spirit of dead
Written by Korah on 07.02.2016 at 20:42

Please don't!!
I'm a huge Sepultura fan but Roots in its entiery is a torture. "Roots Bloody Roots" is the only very good track on it, with "Ratamahatta" or "Attitude" if you dig well. The real Triforce is Beneath The Remains/Arise/Chaos AD.



There's a few tracks on Roots I actually like in addition to Roots Bloody Roots. Spit is one of my favourite songs of all time period - excellent little punk thrash number. Dusted, Straighthate, Ratamahhata, Attitude and even Lookaway are all great.

There is some filler in the album though and I think Arise would've been the better choice personally but still don't see Roots as that bad.
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08.02.2016 - 01:44
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Tage Westerlund
Written by Spirit of dead on 07.02.2016 at 23:46

Written by Korah on 07.02.2016 at 20:42

Please don't!!
I'm a huge Sepultura fan but Roots in its entiery is a torture. "Roots Bloody Roots" is the only very good track on it, with "Ratamahatta" or "Attitude" if you dig well. The real Triforce is Beneath The Remains/Arise/Chaos AD.



There's a few tracks on Roots I actually like in addition to Roots Bloody Roots. Spit is one of my favourite songs of all time period - excellent little punk thrash number. Dusted, Straighthate, Ratamahhata, Attitude and even Lookaway are all great.

There is some filler in the album though and I think Arise would've been the better choice personally but still don't see Roots as that bad.


Roots
Scool 2000 maybe 1999 something, my friend came and say, all must listen Sepultura , they sings Olalla, Olalla , Olalla , and he did tape playimg all lesson, teacher came, said what are you doing, he replaied, listening Sepultura, what... he said it means Grave (in my native tong) . teacher , he said, they sings Olalla, Olalla, Olalla .... teacher , school is for studies, he said, I study music, anatomy lol
This is how I dig that album and playing like 4 times, but I did not heard Olalla, Olalla, Olalla
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08.02.2016 - 02:29
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Never jumped on the opportunities to do this for Beneath The Remains, or Arise, or Chaos AD, did they? Nah, it's Roots. Let's give Roots the 20th Anniversary live playthrough. It's easily the crown jewel of what they did in Sepultura

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08.02.2016 - 02:43
Spirit of dead
Written by Apothecary on 08.02.2016 at 02:29

Never jumped on the opportunities to do this for Beneath The Remains, or Arise, or Chaos AD, did they? Nah, it's Roots. Let's give Roots the 20th Anniversary live playthrough. It's easily the crown jewel of what they did in Sepultura





It was their commercial peak and they got a lot of positive commentary about it when it came out. It was regarded as ground breaking at the time by the mainstream metal press (and even some non-metal ones).

Also bare in mind, current projects like Soulfly and Cavalera Conspiracy appeal more to mainstream metal fans than "Arise/Beneath The Remains" worshipping underground types. So Roots or Chaos A.D. makes more sense given their target audience.

Like all these anniversary play throughs, money talks.
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08.02.2016 - 20:31
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Tage Westerlund
Written by Spirit of dead on 08.02.2016 at 02:43

Written by Apothecary on 08.02.2016 at 02:29

Never jumped on the opportunities to do this for Beneath The Remains, or Arise, or Chaos AD, did they? Nah, it's Roots. Let's give Roots the 20th Anniversary live playthrough. It's easily the crown jewel of what they did in Sepultura





It was their commercial peak and they got a lot of positive commentary about it when it came out. It was regarded as ground breaking at the time by the mainstream metal press (and even some non-metal ones).

Also bare in mind, current projects like Soulfly and Cavalera Conspiracy appeal more to mainstream metal fans than "Arise/Beneath The Remains" worshipping underground types. So Roots or Chaos A.D. makes more sense given their target audience.

Like all these anniversary play throughs, money talks.


that was day when Sepultura stopped playing so called troo metal and turn some new age, modern,
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11.02.2016 - 07:45
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Written by Spirit of dead on 08.02.2016 at 02:43

Written by Apothecary on 08.02.2016 at 02:29

Never jumped on the opportunities to do this for Beneath The Remains, or Arise, or Chaos AD, did they? Nah, it's Roots. Let's give Roots the 20th Anniversary live playthrough. It's easily the crown jewel of what they did in Sepultura





It was their commercial peak and they got a lot of positive commentary about it when it came out. It was regarded as ground breaking at the time by the mainstream metal press (and even some non-metal ones).

Also bare in mind, current projects like Soulfly and Cavalera Conspiracy appeal more to mainstream metal fans than "Arise/Beneath The Remains" worshipping underground types. So Roots or Chaos A.D. makes more sense given their target audience.

Like all these anniversary play throughs, money talks.


What is with this "underground worshipping types" bullshit. Schizo/Beneath/Arise/Chaos A.D. are ALL BETTER than Roots period! Has NOTHING to do with "underground worshipping" whatsoever. Take 100 Sepultura fans and see what album is chosen as their favorite all time. Won't be Roots! Roots Bloody Roots is the only really good song on the album. The rest is just a pre-cursor to the beyond boring flood of 7 string "low end" bands that all sounded the same.
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11.02.2016 - 08:10
Spirit of dead
Written by Timelord on 11.02.2016 at 07:45


What is with this "underground worshipping types" bullshit. Schizo/Beneath/Arise/Chaos A.D. are ALL BETTER than Roots period! Has NOTHING to do with "underground worshipping" whatsoever. Take 100 Sepultura fans and see what album is chosen as their favorite all time. Won't be Roots! Roots Bloody Roots is the only really good song on the album. The rest is just a pre-cursor to the beyond boring flood of 7 string "low end" bands that all sounded the same.


Thanks for proving my point.

Roots was Sepultura's biggest album of all time - number 27 in the Billboard charts and mainstream critical acclaim (compare to 119 for Arise and 32 for Chaos A.D.). Arise will attract metalheads, whereas Roots will attract a far bigger audience in terms of more mainstream hard rock/metal fans.


By the way Arise is my favourite album so no horse in this race.
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