Murder

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  • Sepultura is a Metal band from Brazil. Their vocalist/guitarist Max Cavalera told Holland edition Aardschok/Metal Hammer in April 1991: "'Murder' is one of the slower songs on the album and there is little change in tempo during the entire song. The lyrics are about the penal system in South America in general and Brazil in particular. If you thought that apartheid only existed in South Africa, then you need to take a look inside a Brazilian prison. 'Murder' is the total opposite of what everybody thinks about Brazil. Brazil isn't just sunshine, the beach and beautiful women, you know." >>
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