The endorsement from Sepultura guitarist Andreas Kisser, which goes, “There is fantastic research on Brazil and the political context. It has some very detailed stuff on the songs, the studio … It’s awesome,” makes Relentless: Thirty Years of Sepultura sound like a must-have. But on top of that, thanks to Rocket 88 Books we can read the preface, introduction and first chapter—23 pages in all—to make up our minds.
If you go for the preorder, you can have your name added to a “Role of Honour” which will be included in the book, since it’s still in production. (The Brazilian and Polish editions are already out.)
There’s more information at the Sepultura Book website.
Related: besides having reviewed the band’s new DVD just two posts ago, we interviewed bassist Paulo Jr. back in 1991 in archive issue #2.