Talk:Schizophrenia (Sepultura album)
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Sepultura's vast improvement from Morbid Visions to Schizophrenia also reflected a trend in the late-1980s extreme metal scene: it's musicians improved in technical profficiency and songwriting, and their home labels invested more in better production values. Musicaindustrial (talk) 20:07, 6 November 2008 (UTC)
Musical prowess. Kisser's musical taste - running from hard rock legends Deep Purple to the late blues-rock guitarrist Stevie Ray Vaughan - brought a new-found melodicism to the band. Kisser also contributed with "Escape to the Void", which is a live staple to this day. Musicaindustrial (talk) 20:18, 6 November 2008 (UTC)