Band: Septic Tank. Album: Rotting. What else could it be but high-speed angry hardcore punk!?! Septic Tank are in fact 90’s veterans, with members of Cathedral and Repulsion among their numbers. They now return to bludgeon 2018 with eighteen tracks of entropic ferocity, circulated to the people by the Rise Above label.
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7/10 Tom Customer review, 24th May 2018
Tradition doom band Cathedral waved the flag for British doom but what some people don’t know is that when they weren’t keeping things slow and doomy they liked a cheeky bit of hardcore on the side. Formed in 1994 but not releasing an actual album until now (not including a 2013 EP), Septic Tank is made up of Lee Dorian and Gary Jennings of Cathedral, Repulsion’s Scott Carlson and uber-producer Jaime Gomez Arellano.
As hardcore punks like to do, Septic Tank take aim at societal and political woes and ills, paying more than a little homage to those classic Ronald Reagan-era punks Siege and Discharge. Like Dead Cross (another hardcore supergroup fronted by Mike Patton), Septic Tank make no bones about sounding like their influences and who cares anyway when you’re being thrashed this hard?!
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