SEP7EMBER – Strange Ways Of Going Home

This is the debut album from Sep7ember who are billed as a “rapidly
rising new German melodic punk band”. With this information, I was
expecting some high octane pop punk in the mould of Green Day but
instead I got what sounds like a Bush tribute act.

Having said that, it’s not all bad as the band are rather good at
what they do, it just ain’t punk ! Album opener ‘ View Into Blur’ sets
the tone and from the off the Bush comparison is evident with good twin
guitar work from Guido Dobrautz and Bernd Siedler and a staccato vocal
delivery from Boris Pillmann. Next up is the rocker ’I Hate NY’ which is
one of the album’s better tracks, adding what sounds like a bit of
Placebo to the mix . Other notable tracks are ‘Rocket To Somewhere’ and ‘
Gods Are Laughing’ but try as I might I couldn’t find any punk
influence no matter how hard I listened

So maybe a bit of false advertising on the bands biog, but a solid
enough release from the 5 piece that should secure Sep7ember a decent
level of success in their chosen field, maybe they pogo when they play
live ??

David Wilson

In his show broadcast on Get Ready to ROCK! Radio on 10 May David Randall played a further selection of artists and albums included in the new Features series, “2020 Vision”.

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Featured Albums w/c 25 May (Mon-Fri)

09:00-12:00 FM Synchronized (Frontiers)
12:00-13:00 THE ROCKET DOLLS The Art Of Disconnect (indie)
14:00-16:00 BEN KUNDER Searching For The Stranger (indie)

Power Plays w/c 11 May (Mon-Fri)

THE MERCY KILLS Alone (Golden Robot Records)
DEAD REYNOLDS By Your Side (indie)
THE JAILBIRDS Watery Grave (Golden Robot Records)
ALI MASS & MICKY MOODY These Times (Last Man Music)
MASSIVE WAGONS Bangin In Your Stereo (Earache)
UDO We Are One (AFM Records)

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