Sunfall apply their impressive genre-blending style to Sepultura’s Roots Bloody Roots

UK nu-core band Sunfall has released an explosive cover of the Sepultura song Roots Bloody Roots along with a stylish visualiser.

“Roots Bloody Roots,” Guitarist Oli told MetalTalk, “A song that played a big part in fuelling a generation of music that we have found ourselves a part of. Roots Bloody Roots speaks of how we should embrace who we are and where we’ve come from.

“There isn’t a single person who should feel they are anything less because of their heritage or where they are from, and we look to keep this message alive and pay homage with this rendition of ‘Roots’.”

Sunfall present themselves as a storm of music, and their impressive genre-blending style traverses the multi-dimensional world of art and vibrations. “We couldn’t not put our unique twist onto this track and have aimed to honour both the Sepultura original and our sound and style simultaneously,” Oli says.

Recently Sunfall released the single Neon, following in the footsteps of the recent singles Industrial, Seducer, Toxicant and Quiet Kid.

Sunfall
Sunfall

“Neon takes us into the world of the popular game series known as Fallout,” Oli said, “where we find ourselves in a post-apocalyptic nuclear wasteland overrun with mutants and hostile survivors. Trapped in this world, we need to find our own way, our own friends, our family and survive by any means necessary. You must keep going no matter what and follow the ‘neon signs’.

“Coming from the back of our last single Toxicant, we continued with this style of genre-blending we used for Toxicant and to great effect in Neon.

“We have learnt more into our metalcore background for this track, but in Sunfall fashion, we empowered the track with beatdown / Slam passages. This song is also our first time having very prominent clean vocals, and they do an amazing job at adding to the existing depth of our sound.”

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