Sepultura

Sepultura, ‘Attitude’ — Killer Video
Mixed martial arts matches might be all the rage these days, but Sepultura was way ahead of the times with their 1996 video for 'Attitude' from their groundbreaking tribal metal masterpiece 'Roots.'
Band: Sepultura
Song: 'Attitude'
Album: 'Roots'


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Max Cavalera Thinks Fred Durst Is a Jackass
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Max and Igor Cavalera Will Return to Action … Eventually
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