Fans have been insisting that the brothers return to the sound they pioneered with former band Sepultura, and I think the Cavaleras have been listening. It’s taken a few albums, but they have finally got it right, as Psychosis projects that early ’90s feel – minus the nu-metal influences that plagued Sepultura’s tepid 1996 studio album Roots. It may be a little too late for some, but for what it’s worth, Psychosis proves that Max and Iggor still have a passion for thrash metal.
Psychosis is out now via Rocket/Napalm.
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