This is the album that in the early ninties cemented Sepultura in their position as the heirs apparent to Slayer. Visceral and eclectic this is a different metal album. It's not a straight listen - it varies speed and intensity, using different sounds and samples,drawing on tribal rhythms and political viewpoints. Standout tracks are "Arise" which starts the album off at a vicious pace - also "Regnum Irae" an eerie, powerful hammerstroke of a song. An absolutely immense album. Much like their national football team - runs rings around the opposition. ole indeed.