Dead Embryonic Cells

  • Sepultura vocalist/guitarist Max Cavalera explained to Holland edition Aardschok/Metal Hammer in April 1991: "You can compare this song to 'Inner Self' from Beneath The Remains. It starts real slow and menacing, but 'Dead Embryonic Cells' has a lot more changes than 'Inner Self'. The lyrics are about how the current, but also the future generations are born in a dead world. A world ruined by their own ancestors that lived generations before them. Andreas Kisser(guitar) does one of his typical psychedelic guitar tunes like the one he did for 'Mass Hypnosis' on the previous album [Beneath The Remains]." >>
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    DeeTheWriter - Saint Petersburg, Russia Federation

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