The Brazilian metal band Sepultura released their latest album “Machine Messiah” on January 13, 2017 via Nuclear Blast. The album debuted at #86 on the Billboard 200 charts, selling 1,900 units in the USA in its first week.
The guitarist, Andreas Kisser, spoke on the album in an interview with “Hi-Fi Way: The Pop Chronicles”. Asked if they had any problems with the recording process of the album and he said:
“Nah, man, it was great, and we didn’t have any problems that stopped the recording. We didn’t need any psychiatrist in the studio or anything! We were all very focused and heading in the same direction. It was a lot of work, but also a lot of fun.
It was never easy, as it was a very demanding album to record. That was one of our biggest challenges, but we did prepare ourselves physically and mentally to be ready to record, to express, to enjoy which is very important. To be in the studio for five months and to get a point of view across, it was important for us to be happy and on the same page.
Recording in Sweden and having full support is amazing and preparing ourselves for the hard work made the process easier.”
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