SEPTEKH (Sweden) “Apollonian Eyes” CD EP review by

SEPTEKH (Sweden) “Apollonian Eyes” CD EP review


By Joxe Schaefer

Man wearing helmet with Bismarck pimples, tails, operated flamethrower and twirls to the mustache. Before you ask, what does this mean on the Promo Shots again, one can even look at the music. Thrash standard shot, the title track is a nasty boiler Schepperer. Straighter is served with “Burn It To The Ground” the Death ‘n’ roll bar, and also so that the home-sound homage. And it can hold, interpret as Septekh him, but one must not bend. Verthraschte lumber units with guitars like rattling chains and ejected cartridge cases in up-tempo, and at the above-ground production. Unfortunately, no more than four projectiles landed on this output. From Järna in Stockholm this quartet has already produced a demo and two EP’s to light. This time, the proponent take that sound again with an EP Vorlieb. Perhaps they create times in the near future an entire album.

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

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

To Preview a song from “The Seth Avalanche” go to:


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