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

SEPTEKH (Sweden) “Apollonian Eyes” CD EP review

by Whiplash

By Vitor Franceschini

Nils Meseke (vocals), David Wikström (Guitar), Patrik Ström (bass) and David Wikström (drums) do not know much bureaucracy or ‘mirabolância’. So invest in a direct, aggressive and extreme sound Septekh this third EP, which has not released an official album.

There are four compositions directed to Death / Thrash Metal, but with great influence of Black roots. A good reference would be the Finns Impaled Nazarene, but Septekh has few influences from Punk / Hardcore.

With an organic production that arrives to cause nostalgia, the band distills direct and with a vein completely ‘from hell’ songs. This shows itself in Apollonian Eyes, Burn It To The Ground and Cursing The Skies. Have Vlad Tepes shows the most versatile side of the band and a more varied sound that closes the disc so masterful.

Produced and mixed by Eric Forsberg at Midtown Music in Sweden, “Apollonian Eyes” is more than a proof that the Septekh already deserves a debut. Fans of extreme metal of old will thank you.

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.

Rating: 8/10

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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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