9 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With Sepultura, Brazilian brothers Max and Iggor Cavalera defined South American thrash in the '80s and early '90s. Their fourth album under the Cavalera Conspiracy banner sees them recapturing the creative energy and intensity of those early offerings with neck-snapping riffs and maniacal solos on “Insane” and “Terror Tactics,” while “Impalement Execution” and “Spectral War” offer a modern, industrialized take on extremity. “Hellfire” features a guest vocal appearance from Godflesh’s Justin Broadrick, who expertly enhances the track’s heavily mechanized aggression.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With Sepultura, Brazilian brothers Max and Iggor Cavalera defined South American thrash in the '80s and early '90s. Their fourth album under the Cavalera Conspiracy banner sees them recapturing the creative energy and intensity of those early offerings with neck-snapping riffs and maniacal solos on “Insane” and “Terror Tactics,” while “Impalement Execution” and “Spectral War” offer a modern, industrialized take on extremity. “Hellfire” features a guest vocal appearance from Godflesh’s Justin Broadrick, who expertly enhances the track’s heavily mechanized aggression.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

Red Bebe ,

CRUSHING

This is one deadly return to form album.

Kais2010 ,

BRUTAL

This is like Sepultura without those other clowns that think they’re Sepultura. Long live the Cavalera brothers!!

Sakr3d ,

Cavalera Conspiracy - Psychosis Review

This is one brutal album. It feels like a Sepultura that came right after Arise. From beginning to end it is an enjoyable album filled with speed and riff. Once the exuberance from a great album died down, the warts started to show. There’s a lot of filler sounds/noises throughout the album that I ended up editing out. I ended up trimming the album down to 36 minutes. I ended up removing 54s from the beginning of Crom, 24s from the end of Judas Pariah, 27s from the beginning of Psychosis, and 92s from the end of Excruciating. With all the edits done, it became even more enjoyable. It still loses a star for having to edit the songs down.

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