Existing to Ensure Your Destruction
'Natu Sabverata are about as subtle as a tank roaring through your living room......'- The End Records In the early 2000s North Carolina seemed dominated by party rock, generic black metal, Pantera worship, and later kids with bad haircuts wearing their sister's pants and calling themselves hardcore. True heaviness seemed a high in demand commodity, and few could meet the supply. Then out of nowhere would step a trio that would offer up that heaviness. For a brief stint in the earlier part of the decade Natu Sabverata brought an element to the NC metal scene that was desperately needed...Sheer brutality. The band's Sepultura and Celtic Frost type structures doused with a bit of Trouble and Slayer made for a perfect soundtrack for pure violence. Remember those days of circle pits? The band stood out from the rest out in their local scene though they only appeared live sporadically performing alongside of such bands as Six Feet Under, Misery Index, Unleashed, Wehrwolfe, All That Remains and Lamb of God. And though the band's shows were few the impressions were extreme to say the lease. However many hurdles and much misfortune would lay ahead for Natu Sabverata; drugs, deaths, member changes, broken promises and misleading music industry vultures all that contributed to a long hiatus. The fifteen tracks on 'Existing to Ensure Your Destruction' are just some of the songs to come out of the band's brief history. 'Wading through the candy-coated plethora of the anorexic emo bands and DJ dance clubs that dilute the North Carolina music scene, a three-man bludgeoning onslaught of self-proclaimed, "pure heavy metal, the way the devil intended it," emerges in the form of Natu Sabverata. With their debut album, the appropriately entitled, "Existing to Ensure Your Destruction," Natu Sabverata unapologetic-ally declares war on all who have abandoned metal's brutality for a more commercial appeal.' - Metal Storm Magazine.