After Max Cavalera left Sepultura in 1998 to form Soufly I am sure that many fans were worried about the future of the band. For the first 3 albums recorded without Cavalera it seemed like fans had something to worry about. Well, worry not. Sepultura is back in all its glory. They enlisted Derrick Green and after a slow start have now come back strong (and loud) with their latest release. Green demonstrates he has the perfect raspy, strong, male voice for this style of music. The album was influenced by Dante's "The Divine Comedy" and is definitely a lot of what you expect from this band. As soon as you start listening to it you can see in your mind's eye the mosh pits and thrashing that will happen as a result. The only weakness of the album is its length or lack thereof as it is less than 40 minutes long.