Seita: Asymmetric warfare
27/04/12 || Curt
According to the band’s bio, Sieta is a Brazilian Death/Thrash band that is based in the Netherlands. I am totally not surprised about the band’s Brazilian roots seeing as the vocalist is a dead ringer for Max Cavalera. Personally I would say that the band are a bit more on the thrash side, with some catchy songs that will get you banging your head more often than not. Sound awesome? Don’t go thinking that “Asymmetric Warfare” is a great album. It’s not, but it’s definitely decent and worth a listen or two. With any luck these guys will get even better with time and become a serious contender in the metal scene.
“6/10: It’s not bad…
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