Genre: brazilian groove metalPlay genre
Brazilian groove metal is a subgenre of heavy metal that originated in Brazil in the 1980s. It is characterized by its heavy use of groove-oriented riffs and rhythms, as well as incorporating elements of Brazilian music and culture. The genre gained international recognition with the rise of bands such as Sepultura, who blended thrash metal with Brazilian percussion and tribal rhythms. Brazilian groove metal has since evolved to include a wide range of styles and influences, with artists such as Bruno Sutter and Laboratori pushing the boundaries of the genre.