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

SEPTEKH (Sweden) “Apollonian Eyes” CD EP review


By Fallenangel

The Swedes Septekh reach their second EP entitled “Apollonian eyes” and released by Abyss Records. quartet The Scandinavian proposes a typically Swedish death metal with thrash metal influences several old style, from the first notes dell’opener “Apollonian eyes” we are in front of a band that knows his stuff, dilaniandoci eardrums with a powerful sound and characterized by direct ultradistorti guitar riffs and a rhythm section that alternates with no difficulty moments fast and violent parties most cadenziate and reflective. With “Burn it to the ground “the band shifts the focus towards more thrash shores thanks to a vocal line to a less extreme and more melodic sound while not neglecting the speizzante energy that characterizes the entire duration of the EP. Whilst following the main dictates death, Our undoubtedly possess a strong personality and irrepressible which is evident both in the phase of songwriting that for what concerns the execution would describe nearly flawless and without any particular stylistic lapses. Let me be clear, the Septekh invented nothing, but despite this their music sounds “cool” to our ears and can not lapse into us even after several plays in a row. The only real fault I can find in this work is a record that certainly does not shine for clean sound and has the flaw of having the volume levels of the various instruments just mixed to perfection, thus emerge in some circumstances , the sound of a low far too powerful. This “Apollonian eyes” is therefore an excellent work that confirms the validity of the Swedish combo in all respects, it is true that less than 20 minutes are very few to fully understand a band, but, in this case, we may still get a fairly complete picture of the ability of the quartet. highly recommend this work to all lovers of metal, waiting for the first full-length album, which I imagine will not tarry too long to get.

Rating: 81/100

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:

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