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Chaos A.D.

Chaos A.D. was a music album released in 1993 by Sepultura through Roadrunner Records[?].

Though the band had some success, Chaos A.D. was their break through album. Though the band had incorporated a hardcore punk influence into the death and thrash metal inspired songs of their earlier albums, Chaos A.D. was an almost complete change in sound, to a metal inspired punk album.

The band also included an acoustic, percussion-lead instrumental "Kaoiwas" on the album. This became a centre piece in the bands live show, with the band, as well as guests from other bands they played with, all playing drums.

The album featured a collaboration with Jello Biafra, "Biotech Is Godzilla", and Evan Seinfeld of Biohazard[?], "Slave New World"

Track Listing

  • "Refuse/Resist"
  • "Territory"
  • "Slave New World"
  • "Amen"
  • "Kaiowas"
  • "Propaganda"
  • "Biotech Is Godzilla"
  • "Nomad"
  • "We Who Are Not As Others"
  • "Manifest"
  • "The Hunt" (New Model Army)
  • "Clenched Fist"


"Territory" was released in 1993 with "Policia" and "Biotech Is Godzilla"

"Refuse/Resist" was released in 1994 with "Crucificados Pelo Sistema", "Inhuman Nature" (Final Conflict[?]), "Drug Me" (Dead Kennedys), "Dead Embryonic Cells (Live)", "Desperate Cry (Live)", "Orgasmatron (Live)" (Motorhead)

"Slave New World" was released in 1994 with "Crucificados Pelo Sistema", "Drug Me" (Dead Kennedys),"Orgasmatron (Live)" (Motorhead)


  • Silvio Bibika - Studio roadie
  • Igor Cavalera - Drums, Percussion
  • Max Cavalera - Vocals, 4-string guitar
  • Simon Dawson - Assistant engineer
  • Andreas Kisser - Lead guitar
  • Alex Newport - Guitar sound/feedback advisor
  • Paulo Jr. - Bass
  • Dave Somers - Assistant engineer
  • Andy Wallace - Producer

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