Australia’s Beat magazine spoke with Derrick Green of Sepultura about their new album ‘Roorback’, the first disc since leaving Roadrunner Records to move to S.P.V. “The contract with R.R. was pretty much up,” Green said. “We had an option to do one more album, and we decided that we didn’t want to stay there any longer. It was a relationship that was way too long, and it was time for us to really move on. When Max split from Sepultura and R.R. signed his new band Soulfly, we found it was not only hard working with R.R., but we also saw it as conflict of interest. There was a lot of tension, and we weren’t really happy with the way Nation was promoted. It stopped a couple of months after it came out.”
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