Arise

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  • Explaining the title track of their fourth album Arise, Sepultura vocalist/guitarist Max Cavalera told Holland edition Aardschok/Metal Hammer in April 1991: "From the musical point of view, this song sounds a lot like the Beneath The Remains album. It has the same speed as most of the songs, but it also shows some more hardcore influences. The lyrics of 'Arise' are really up-to-date, because it's about how people are ready to kill other people just because they believe in a different kind of God. I think that my voice sounds especially aggressive on this song, a lot like on our older albums." >>
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