Brazilian metal giants Sepultura formed in 1984. A few years into their career, the band was signed by the American label Roadrunner. Sepultura eventually relocated to Phoenix, AZ and began releasing some of the best metal records anywhere. With a penchant for chaotic trash, the Cavalera brothers, Max and Igor, led the band to be one of the biggest and best names in entire scene. In 1996, they released their sixth album Roots. The album was a massive success, going to the top of the charts and being certified Gold in the US and across the world. The Cavalera brothers left the band after its release but the band has continued on to this day. This original Sepultura shirt, nicely worn and faded with a few light marks, resembles a Brazilian national team jersey.