Schizophrenia (Sepultura album)

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Schizophrenia
Studio album by Sepultura
Released30 October 1987
RecorditAugust 1987 at J. G. Estudio,
Belo Horizonte
GenreThrash metal, daith metal
Lenth56:45
LabelCogumelo
ProducerSepultura, Jeff Daniels
Sepultura chronology
Morbid Visions
(1986)Morbid Visions1986
Schizophrenia
(1987)
Beneath the Remains
(1989)Beneath the Remains1989
Profeesional ratins
Review scores
Springheid Ratin
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
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Schizophrenia is the seicont studio album bi the Brazilian thrash metal baund Sepultura, released in 1987 through Cogumelo Records. It is the first album o the baund wi Andreas Kisser. The album's soond leads mair towards the thrash metal genre than the previous album Morbid Visions, which is essentially a daith metal record. Aw sangs wur recordit durin August 1987, except for the bonus track "Troops of Doom" which wis recordit durin August 26-27, 1990.

Muisical style[eedit | eedit soorce]

Kisser states that, when he joined Sepultura in '87, he

...brought in some new influences - traditional hivy metal an a more melodic style. It wis an immediate meeting o minds. We understood where each other wis coming frae musically an we knew we could find a way to put all our influences together an make the music work.

Tracklist[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Intro - 0:31
  2. From the Past Comes the Storms - 4:55
  3. To the Wall - 5:36
  4. Escape the Void - 4:38
  5. Inquisition Symphony - 7:13
  6. Screams behind the Shadows - 4:48
  7. Septic Schizo - 4:31
  8. The Abyss - 1:01
  9. R.I.P. (Rest In Pain) - 4:36
  10. Troops of Doom - 3:17
  11. The Past Reborns the Storms (bonus track, demo version) - 5:08
  12. Septic Schizo (Rough Mix, Bonus track) - 4:34
  13. To the Wall (Rough Mix, bonus track) - 5:31

Credits[eedit | eedit soorce]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Schizophrenia - Sepultura". Allmusic. Retrieved 11 May 2005.