Septa covers Thrice

2014-01-13 by Abscurat | 16 Comments
Ukrainian alternative rock band Septa releases cover of a Thrice song, The Alchemy Index classic, A Song for Milly Michaelson. –°over captures the way this song was played live by Thrice, with all arrangements and drums. Septa released its debut album The Lover last year, produced by Matt Bayles of Isis, Mastodon and Norma Jean fame, record was warmly received by public and critics.

Cover is available for streaming and free download at Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/septaisnotaband/a-song-for-milly-michaelson

Album is available for free download at bandcamp: http://septa.bandcamp.com

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Funeralopolis
January 13th 2014
14044 Comments


–°over captures the way this song was played live by Thrice, with all arrangements and drums.

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Dunpeal
January 13th 2014
4117 Comments


lol srsly da fuk

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VinVal
January 13th 2014
1167 Comments


yea written kinda awkwardly, cover wasnt terrible tho

Abscurat
January 13th 2014
57 Comments


Sorry, guys! Maybe a semicolon would help.

MosesMalone
January 13th 2014
1836 Comments


When in doubt load that shit up with semicolons.

Brabiz
January 13th 2014
881 Comments


Haha wat. Good band though.

BillClinton
January 13th 2014
155 Comments


Awful article. Awful cover.

TheSupernatural
January 13th 2014
1638 Comments


^awful president

TenSecondsToThink
January 13th 2014
1589 Comments


Haven't heard one good Thrice cover.

TheSupernatural
January 13th 2014
1638 Comments


This cover sounds decent. Not that there's a lot to cover. Of all the Thrice songs to cover, A Song for Milly Michaelson is not a good choice.

Abscurat
January 13th 2014
57 Comments


We've chosen this song, because they play it differently live and there is no studio recording of it, and it can't be found on any live compilation. So we basically covered this live: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBGhGdRUPIQ

pinkmaggit69
January 13th 2014
23 Comments


Oh god, his voice is so awful/annoying during the chorus.

TheSupernatural
January 13th 2014
1638 Comments


I've never heard that version before. It's interesting

XingKing
January 13th 2014
12160 Comments


I actually covered the live version as well. My singing isn't nearly as good as this one though

ProjectFreak
January 13th 2014
1870 Comments


couldn't finish. sorry. the song's beauty is in the subtlety and this cover stomps all over it.

Abscurat
January 16th 2014
57 Comments


Yea, you got a point about subtlety of the original, but as I said before we actually covered live version of this song.



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