By Samson Stryker Dude, the idea behind the current record is cool enough to eagerly await the arrival of “A-Lex,” Sepultura’s newest contribution to the heavy metal fans of the world. The Brazilian born face-melting four piece is putting out another concept album based off the 1962 book “A Clockwork Orange” by Anthony Burgess/ You’ve probably seen the 1971 Stanley Kubrik movie adaptation, and now you are about to hear the 2009 Sepultura audio interpretation. Before you listen, you should probably be more familiar with Sepultura than “A Clockwork Orange” because the band is heavy enough to scare a casual poppy “Clockwork” fan away. The big question: Does the 18-song record do the story justice? Hell yeah. Lyrically and musically, it is a well thought out interpretation, and it’s everything you want out of a heavy metal record. “A-Lex” stands for no law, and that’s exactly what Sepultura conforms to on this album: no laws. A total playing time of around an hour provides an invigoratingly head blasting heavy metal feast. Don’t think this is the first time the band has tackled a concept album. In fact, “A-Lex” is a follow up to the 2006 offering “Dante XXII,” based off of Dante’s “A Divine Comedy,” which is equally as good. And let’s not forget present lead singer Derrek Green is a Cleveland native, which hopefully means the band will be playing around these parts soon. The album was completed over a three-month period in São Paulo, Brazil, at Trama Studios.