When we seek to destroy others we often hurt ourselves, because it is the self that wants to be destroyed.
"Thankfully, there’s nothing over-wrought, tiring or overwhelming for the listener to get into. There’s hooks, beats, gazing math and even some Tool-esque passages. It’s not your everyday listen. Don’t take a glance and dismiss this as yet another wanna-be post metal/hardcore/math derp band. Take a deeper look and fall in love with a band that knows a whole lot more than what they’re showing."
— The Sonic Sensory (thesonicsensory.com/2014/11/06/septa-destroyer
"After all the playthroughs this album's gotten over the last couple of weeks I have no doubt in my mind that Destroyer will end up on my top 10 list at the end of the year so I highly recommend it for anyone looking for progressive music with a penchant for heaviness, melody and a bit of experimentation."
— Daedric Influence (daedricinfluence.weebly.com/blog/septa-destroyer-review-and-interview
"From the bat shit bonkers metallic side of their persona to their more serene, gentler moments, Septa are clearly a band who like to experiment with their sound, and thankfully the results of their experimentation rarely doing anything other than hit the mark."
— PureGrainAudio (puregrainaudio.com/reviews/septa-destroyer-ep-album-review
"It’s aggressive, brilliantly composed, and oh so tight. From growling bass guitar lines, meandering vocals that phase in and out from crystal clear to tortured screams, layered harmonies, and guitar riffs that hook you, Destroyer is everything I could have hoped for."
— Project iRadio (www.projectiradio.com/septa-destroyer-review
"Septa as a band are active in a time when style collage is at an all time high in the field of music and easier than ever with pro-tools, but they are doing it the old fashioned way through hard work and a major focus on songwriting."
— Metal Riot (metalriot.com/news/album-review-septa-destroyer
released 10 October 2014
mixed by Matt Bayles
mastered by Chris Common
artwork by Marco Rea
Eugene Tymchyk - vocals, electronics
Alexander Kostuchenko - guitars
Dmitry Ulyanov - bass
Piotr Bystrov - drums