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CAVALERA Streams Re-Recorded Version Of SEPULTURA's "Bestial Devastation"

It's 1985 all over again!

Cavalera 2023

Cavalera, the duo of founding Sepultura members Max and Igor Cavalera, is now streaming their re-recording of "Bestial Devastation". The new version is a part of the upcoming re-recordings of Sepultura's 1985 debut album Bestial Devastation and 1986 follow-up Morbid Visions under the Cavalera name due out July 14.

"As we get harder year after year, sometimes you've got to go back to where it all started!" said Max. "We re-recorded Bestial Devastation and Morbid Visions with the amazing sound of NOW, but with its raw and timeless spirit. The artwork reflects the times we're living in right now… Apocalyptic as hell! We also have two new tracks with riffs from those days, remembered by heart."

The 2023 versions of Bestial Devastation and Morbid Visions were produced by the Cavaleras, engineered by John Aquilino, mixed and mastered by Arthur Rizk (Enforced, Primitive Man, Full Of Hell, etc.), and given new artwork by Eliran Kantor (Entheos, Kreator, Malevolence, etc.). Check out our recent editorial on both Bestial Devastation and Morbid Visions here.

Cavalera is booked for the upcoming Metal Injection festival happening this September 15 and 16. The festival features acts such as Testament, Fear Factory, Machine Head, and more! Get all the info and your tickets here.

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