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December 22, 1993 | KATHERINE TURMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
S epultura is the Portuguese word for grave, but the Brazilian thrash band that goes by that name is moving away from its early death-metal roots. "I don't think we're a death band, because we've changed topics--though I'm still an anti-religion person," says the group's singer Max Cavalera, speaking slowly and in heavily accented English. "Most death-metal bands are just acting anyway," he continues.
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December 22, 1993 | KATHERINE TURMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
S epultura is the Portuguese word for grave, but the Brazilian thrash band that goes by that name is moving away from its early death-metal roots. "I don't think we're a death band, because we've changed topics--though I'm still an anti-religion person," says the group's singer Max Cavalera, speaking slowly and in heavily accented English. "Most death-metal bands are just acting anyway," he continues.
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