Septa releases new album

2013-11-12 by Abscurat | 5 Comments
Septa, the Ukrainian post-metal act have released their first full-length album, The Lover. The six-track record was mixed by Matt Bayles, who has produced ground-breaking albums by Isis, Norma Jean, Mastodon, Botch and others. Mastering was handled by Chris Common of These Arms Are Snakes fame, with whom the band has worked with before on their previous singles.

The album can be streamed and downloaded for free via Bandcamp: http://septa.bandcamp.com

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DanceLukeDance
November 12th 2013
7 Comments


I read "Skepta".
I'm actually disappointed.

JasonCarne
November 12th 2013
566 Comments


And I read Sparta, we're all here for the wrong reasons.

Abscurat
November 12th 2013
34 Comments


Sorry, guys, for misleading you. And it's not Saetia, too.

Zuver87
November 12th 2013
48 Comments


no sparta? shit

truekoshak
November 13th 2013
2 Comments


Damn, I thought it's Smegma.



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