Nation (album)
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Nation was the eighth LP by Brazilian thrash metal band Sepultura. It was released in 2001 through Roadrunner Records. It was their second album with singer/guitarist Derrick Green, and their first where he had a hand in writing and recording. Nation features guest appearances from such notable artists as Hatebreed singer Jamey Jasta, Dead Kennedys singer Jello Biafra, and Apocalyptica. The album saw generally better reviews then Against, but sold less copies than it. Sepultura blamed Roadrunner Records for not promoting the album enough, and would leave for SPV Records in 2002.

Track listing

  1. "Sepulnation" – 4:20
  2. "Revolt" – 0:56
  3. "Border Wars" – 5:10
  4. "One Man Army" – 5:27
  5. "Vox Populi" – 3:41
  6. "Ways of Faith" – 4:53
  7. "Uma Cura" – 3:14
  8. "Who Must Die?" – 2:58
  9. "Saga" – 4:37
  10. "Tribe to a Nation" – 2:48
  11. "Politricks" – 4:14
  12. "Human Cause" – 0:57
  13. "Reject" – 2:59
  14. "Water" – 2:44
  15. "Valtio" – (instrumental) (by Apocalyptica) 3:20
  1. "Bela Lugosi's Dead" (Bauhaus) (bonus track on digipak release)
  2. "Annihilation" (Crucifix) (bonus track on digipak release)
  3. "Rise Above" (with João Gordo) (Black Flag) (bonus track on digipak release)
  4. "Roots Bloody Roots" (Live) (bonus track on digipak release)


  • Igor Cavalera - Drums
  • Andreas Kisser - Guitar / Lead Guitar
  • Derrick Green - Vocals / Guitar
  • Paulo Jr. - Bass guitar
  • Steve Evetts - Record producer
  • Steve Thompson & John Goodmanson - Mixing
  • Shepard Fairey - Design

Nation front cover
Nation back cover
Nation digipack cover
Nation patch

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