Sepultura ‎– Dante XXI

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SPV 99812 CD Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Dig) Steamhammer SPV 99812 CD Europe 2006 Sell This Version
BAL-0109 Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Unofficial) Atlantic (2) BAL-0109 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
none Sepultura Dante XXI(15xFile, AAC, Album, 128) Steamhammer none US 2006
none Sepultura Dante XXI(Box + CD, Album) Steamhammer none Brazil 2006 Sell This Version
SPV 99812 CD Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album) Soyuz Music, Steamhammer SPV 99812 CD Russia 2006 Sell This Version
SC 06255 Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Dig) Scarecrow Records (2) SC 06255 Mexico 2006 Sell This Version
SRCD-2833 Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Dig) Seoul Records SRCD-2833 South Korea 2006 Sell This Version
VICP-63397 Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Dig) Victor VICP-63397 Japan 2006 Sell This Version
SPV 99812 CD Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Dig) Steamhammer, Moon Records (2) SPV 99812 CD Ukraine 2006 Sell This Version
7898369064381 Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Dig) Tratore 7898369064381 Brazil 2006 Sell This Version
SPV 99812 CD Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Dig) Steamhammer SPV 99812 CD US 2006 Sell This Version
TTR06438-2 Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Dig) Tratore TTR06438-2 Brazil 2006 Sell This Version
none Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial) Roadrunner Records (6), Spitfire Records (3) none Russia 2006 Sell This Version
SPV 80000982 CD Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Promo) Steamhammer SPV 80000982 CD Germany 2006 Sell This Version
SPV 99812 CD Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Unofficial) Steamhammer (2) SPV 99812 CD Russia 2006 Sell This Version
0010-001655-06 Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Unofficial) Universal Music (3) 0010-001655-06 Russia 2006 Sell This Version
SPV 99812 CD Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Unofficial) SPV Records (2), Steamhammer (2) SPV 99812 CD Russia 2006 Sell This Version
SPV 99812 CD Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Unofficial) Steamhammer (2) SPV 99812 CD Russia 2006 Sell This Version
none Sepultura Dante XXI(CDr, Album, Promo) Victor none Japan 2006 Sell This Version
none Sepultura Dante XXI(CDr, Album, Promo) Notting Hill Music none US 2006 Sell This Version
99812 Sepultura Dante XXI(CDr, Album, Promo) Steamhammer 99812 2006 Sell This Version
NIGHT 139, Night 139 Sepultura Dante XXI(LP, Album, Ltd, Num) Night Of The Vinyl Dead Records, Night Of The Vinyl Dead Records NIGHT 139, Night 139 Italy 2012 Sell This Version
ACD 0106015 Sepultura Dante XXI(CD, Album, Unofficial) East Records (3) ACD 0106015 Russia Unknown Sell This Version

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Wuchak

Wuchak

March 26, 2018
edited 8 months ago
referencing Dante XXI, CD, Album, Dig, SPV 99812 CD
Primal, venerable artistry

Released in 2006, DANTE XXI was the tenth full-length album by Brazil’s Sepultura, a concept album based on Dante Alighieri's The Divine Comedy. It was the last release to feature Igor Cavalera on drums. Videos were made for two of the album’s best songs – "Convicted in Life" and "Ostia” – the latter featuring a moving violin solo.

Band leader/main composer Andreas Kisser joined the band as lead guitarist in 1987 in time to influence their second album, SCHIZOPHRENIA. He brought a more technical expertise to the band, which can be increasingly observed in the post-Max Cavalera albums. Max, of course, departed the band in early 1997 to be replaced by Cleveland, Ohio’s Derick Green on vox. I wasn’t crazy about Green at first, but I’ve come to fully accept him as the band’s formidable front man as he’s gotten better – actually great – and more diversified as the band progressed. Post-Max Sepultura is my go-to band for primal-but-technical death/thrash/power metal with tribal-oriented percussion and various diversified elements (e.g. violin, cello, piano, etc.).

Other highlights on the album include: The artistic closer “Still Flame,” which melds awe-inducing parts with catchy speedy riffs; the excellent “City of Dis”; “Fighting On” with its acoustic opening and interesting spoken word close; the haunting instrumental “Limbo (Intro)”; and “Nuclear Seven” with its groove riff and eventual metamorphosis. There are other notables as well.

GRADE: A