â€œOur relationship with NaÃ§Ã£o Zumbi is very cool,â€ commented guitarist Andreas Kisser. â€œWhen SEPULTURA was starting to use Brazilian percussion, Chico Science was emerging at the same time, doing almost the opposite. While we were incorporating Brazilian music into the weight of heavy metal, they were adding the weight of rock guitars into the unique sounds of Pernambucoâ€™s regional music. The song â€˜Da Lama Ao Caosâ€™ is an example of that.â€
The song is taken from the bandâ€™s most current and 13th studio album, The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart, which was released this past October via Nuclear Blast.
The video directed by Rafael Kent and the team of Okent Films in co-production with Music&Art. The clip was filmed in one day and explores the plasticity of the aesthetic elements of Pernambucan culture, which is represented in SEPULTURAâ€™s version of the song.
You can order your copy of The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart from the following address: http://smarturl.it/SEPULT-Mediator