Saturday, June 15, 2013


and  cause I just stumbled over it - another review of SETE STAR SEPT's debut full-length REVISION OF NOISE:

Tokyo, Japan’s Sete Star Sept comes blasting with a no-holds barred wall of grindcore on the brink of pure noise and let it be known that this ain’t no run-of-the-mill band. The title of the album is true. Although this two-piece band’s sound is firmly rooted in US and Japanese grind and noise, “revision of noise” sounds very updated to me. There’s a modern sort of twist in the way the tempo changes and transitions are structured. I like that. I like that very much. This way the band becomes more than another copycat of 90s grind. With 15 songs in about the same amount of minutes this grinds like a motherfucker and gives noise/grind something unique and new to digest. The drummer is a maniac who does more than just blastbeating away. It seems this guy plays at a 45 rpm pace. Sete Star motherfucking Sept. Thank you, Fuck Yoga Records.

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