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Release date: 30 October 1987
Style: Death thrash metal

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8.1 | 412 votes

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01. Intro
02. From The Past Comes The Storms
03. To The Wall
04. Escape To The Void
05. Inquisition Symphony
06. Screams Behind The Shadows
07. Septic Schizo
08. The Abyss
09. R.I.P. (Rest In Pain)
10. Troops Of Doom [1990 re-release bonus]
11. The Past Reborns The Storms [demo] [1997 remastered re-release bonus]
12. Septic Schizo [1997 remastered re-release bonus]
13. To The Wall [1997 remastered re-release bonus]

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Rating:
8.0
Schizophrenia - a serious mental illness in which someone's thoughts and feelings are not based on what is really happening around them - a really nasty one but Sepultura's album is even nastier! It's easy to figure out why this album is called like this - it's just sickly fast and brutal! While recording this album Sepultura wasn't really known outside of Brazil - they weren't even known inside their own country - but this album made them famous all over Brazil, though it wasn't originally released outside of the beautiful country where dancing and having fun never ends. This album was an great impact - real Sepultura's career has begun with it.

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published 22.03.2004 | Comments (10)

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vezzy - 06.06.2010 at 16:06  
Rating: 9 I honestly think this is my favorite Sepultura album...
Jay-WalKeR - 18.10.2010 at 16:14  
Rating: 9 This is my favorite sepultura album. I love Septic Schizo

Reminders from the past
Repulsion of the present
Fear of the future
Septic Schizo <i>[X3]</i>
musicalkaratekid - 11.02.2012 at 15:50  
Rating: 8 This album is probably their most underrated. At first i didn't actually like the album, but noticed how prolific each member of the band was with their respective instruments. The cynic would obviously cast this off as a rip-off of slayer/metallica/megadeth etc., but this album deserves to be listened to more than once.
Boxcar Willy - 23.04.2013 at 01:44  
  This is such an obnoxious Slayer rip-off. I can't even listen to it anymore it bothers me that much.
Mr. Doctor - 23.04.2013 at 01:47  
Rating: 8 Couldn't be less bothered by that (I always hear more Celtic Frost though but that is mainly in the first album though)... Really liked this album when I heard it many years ago and still do.
Marcel Hubregtse - 23.04.2013 at 01:48  
Rating: 7
Written by Boxcar Willy on 23.04.2013 at 01:44

This is such an obnoxious Slayer rip-off. I can't even listen to it anymore it bothers me that much.



Beneath The Remains is even more SLayer like as is Arise, so you should steer clear of those then as wel

But glad to finally see someone agree with me on Sepultura being way Slayer-like.
Boxcar Willy - 23.04.2013 at 01:58  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 23.04.2013 at 01:48

Written by Boxcar Willy on 23.04.2013 at 01:44

This is such an obnoxious Slayer rip-off. I can't even listen to it anymore it bothers me that much.



Beneath The Remains is even more SLayer like as is Arise, so you should steer clear of those then as wel

But glad to finally see someone agree with me on Sepultura being way Slayer-like.

Haven't heard Beneath The Remains, and I have listened to Arise in a while, but I remember the title track being super catchy, and not too Slayer-esque. I'll have to listen to them both.
LordHypnos - 03.05.2013 at 22:14  
Rating: 9 Just changed my rating. The more I listen to this, the more I like it!
Nick K. - 20.06.2013 at 19:04  
  "To The Wall" might be my favourite Sepultura song of all time.
Guib - 08.10.2013 at 04:51  
Rating: 8 So what If its slayer like ? (definitely not the vocals though) Its just so fucking good... I'd rather Schizo than Hell Awaits.. any day.
NocturnalStalker - 15.11.2013 at 17:10  
Rating: 7 Good album, but not really something special. In my opinion, they've found their own style only on Chaos A.D. album.
deadone - 11.02.2014 at 07:29  
Rating: 6
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 23.04.2013 at 01:48

Written by Boxcar Willy on 23.04.2013 at 01:44

This is such an obnoxious Slayer rip-off. I can't even listen to it anymore it bothers me that much.



Beneath The Remains is even more SLayer like as is Arise, so you should steer clear of those then as wel

But glad to finally see someone agree with me on Sepultura being way Slayer-like.



Totally agree, except Schizophrenia sounds considerably more third rate than other 2 which are superb Slayer worship.
Fritillaria - 07.03.2014 at 11:39  
Rating: 7 Yesterday I was listening to this again and I thought it sounds nothing more than a definite 7, some songs are really catchy and at the same time the other half sound so badly like fillers.
Mr. Doctor - 07.03.2014 at 15:52  
Rating: 8 I have some warm memories from this album as it was one of the first rawer metal I listened to back when I was 13-14. That probably explains my rating.
pkillerjp - 07.03.2014 at 19:23  
  Love the drums!!! Not a huge Sepultura fan, but they always managed quite a few good riffs and those drums pound. Beneath the Remains is quite an improvement over this, and has stand out riffs that in my opinion separated them from mindless Slayer worship.
Angelic Storm - 14.03.2014 at 09:13  
 
Written by Mr. Doctor on 07.03.2014 at 15:52

I have some warm memories from this album as it was one of the first rawer metal I listened to back when I was 13-14. That probably explains my rating.


Same here. Though the main memory I have from listening to this back then, was listening to it late at night, and being majorly creeped out by the outro to "R.I.P. (Rest In Pain)".

Overall, this is an inferior work compared with the two albums which followed this one, but still, I do consider some of it's tracks as thrash classics.

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