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

SEPTEKH (Sweden) “Apollonian Eyes” CD EP review


By Alberto Vitale

New release for the Swedish Mörkö and Stockholm, the Septekh. Again it is an EP, the former is last year, HERE: , while the first is in 2009. No full length, but a 15 ‘stratified into four songs that appear to be close to thrashand death metal, with clear references to Sodom and Motörhead. Seem less obvious references to black metal, than in the past and still a vague essence blackened seems to meander in some passages (as in “Cursing the Skies”). Four well-aimed blow, by a furious drumming, is Staffan Persson, and a snare drum sound with the box-like hit, a thrilling and fast-paced riffing even in only exercised by David Wikström, and of course the vocals of Nils Grznls Meseke with that scream snarling and bad. Complete the bottom of Patrik Ström that is well expressed and fills the sounds of the pieces. Among these “Vad Tepes”, both for sewing beautiful embroidery of the guitars for rhythmic plenty of dynamics. A new interesting title for Septekh and who knows when you appresteranno to a future album, seen the good potential demonstrated to date.

This review was originally written in Italian and has been translated using Google Translate. To view the original review in Italian 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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