Septron - Wuterguss
Electro, Industrial It's an interesting thing with presumptions. Before I even heard one second of this released, I expected some 3/10 noisy German industrial with poor quality and sound mastering. I was wrong. I was very wrong. First of all, it's much better than a 3/10 release.

Secondly, the music is probably best described to be quite alike Wumpscut's soft and calm songs, but still not, since no one sounds exactly like Wumpscut, but perhaps you understand of what tendencies it has.

There are a few more upbeat tracks as well, but they are actually the ones I do not like that much (part from "Koma" that is actually pretty awesome). Septron's calmer and slower songs are so gloomy you can touch it. It's as dark as on the bottom of the bottomless pit, and I enjoy every second of it.

My absolute favourite track on the album is "Opfer". It is so amazing I can't put it in words. I've listened to it constantly the last few days. The dark rumbeling sound in the background with a touch of distortion fits so well with the high pitched melody. Another favourite is "Unter deiner Obhut".

Septron has a good future, if he manages to add that special touch to all of his tracks and sticks to his slower downed sound (and quit using the ridiculous black metalesque photos that was taken for this release).
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Septron - Wuterguss

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2010 by Sonic-X
It's an interesting thing with presumptions. Before I even heard one second of this released, I expected some 3/10 noisy German industrial with poor quality and sound mastering. I was wrong. I was very wrong. First of all, it's much better than a 3/10 release.

Secondly, the music is probably best described to be quite alike Wumpscut's soft and calm songs, but still not, since no one sounds exactly like Wumpscut, but perhaps you understand of what tendencies it has.

There are a few more upbeat tracks as well, but they are actually the ones I do not like that much (part from "Koma" that is actually pretty awesome). Septron's calmer and slower songs are so gloomy you can touch it. It's as dark as on the bottom of the bottomless pit, and I enjoy every second of it.

My absolute favourite track on the album is "Opfer". It is so amazing I can't put it in words. I've listened to it constantly the last few days. The dark rumbeling sound in the background with a touch of distortion fits so well with the high pitched melody. Another favourite is "Unter deiner Obhut".

Septron has a good future, if he manages to add that special touch to all of his tracks and sticks to his slower downed sound (and quit using the ridiculous black metalesque photos that was taken for this release).
Feb 16 2011

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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