SEPTEKH (Sweden) “The Seth Avalanche” CD EP review by Misantropia Extrema

SEPTEKH (Sweden) “The Seth Avalanche” CD EP review

by Misantropia Extrema

By Misantropia Extrema

Formed in 2008, the Swedes Septekh lost no time in just edited a demo and an EP debut the following year. “The Seth Avalanche” is the new proposal, in EP format and half-dozen tracks of thrash / death metal with a clear DNA rock’n’roll. One of Motörhead songs more clearly the whole record is “Eating The Maneater” malhinha full of riffs that roll and a solo blues full of class and dusty desert. Then, ‘Shoot Them All’ flies mounted on a riff that could be of Arch Enemy. In contrast, the blastbeat crowning ‘Force To The Head’, as well as the extreme speed of “Not Quite What I Had In Mind” and the fury of vocalizations death / thrash, reveal the nature of Septekh more metal, whose composition carefully unites both sides of his style in a convincing and refreshing. The quartet from Stockholm may be dealing with musical elements beaten again and again, but knows how to reorder them and put them to work in your favor. It is awaiting a debut album that confirms the good indications of “The Avalanche Seth ‘, please.

Rating: 4/5

This review was originally written in Portuguese and has been translated using Google Translate. To view the original review in Portuguese click the link below.

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To purchase SEPTEKH “The Seth Avalanche” CD EP, “Apollonian Eyes” CD EP and official merchandise go to:

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