Seer “Vol. 1 & 2” review

Seer “Vol. 1 & 2” review

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Seer “Vol. 1 & 2”
Art of Propaganda

Four days ago Canadian band Seer released two first EP’s on one CD through Art of Propaganda records, I have got it awhile ago, but I have got some time to dig it just now. Seer is quite young band on worldwide metal scene, was created just two years ago, but, luckily, they seems like to be really hard working guys, two EPs, one EP per year, this is really cool as for newcomers. “Vol. 1 & Vol. 2” (as you could guess and as I wrote above) – two EPs on one CD, all in all six songs on around 39 minutes of sounds.

Seer’s music is really good kind of doom metal, hardly mixed with stoner and sludge. I had really great time while this album playing time, it’s just relaxing and makes you feels quiet and you can gather all your thoughts in one point, make an Irish cofee and just relax. The music is enough typical, i.e. you’ll not hear something new from there, but you do not need to hear anything new I’m sure, because it’s better to listen to some typical but still worth stuff, hehe. Prepare yourself for both slow and marching rhythms, twisted guitars and pressing sludge tunes with clean and rough vocals (sometimes pitched).

The whole atmosphere getting me to some occult thoughts by the way, and really, you’ll hear some occult tunes in the Seer’s music. As for compositions entirely – musicians were able to do proper and catching stuff, really, each song sounds different from other, so you’ll have pretty different feelings about each song from this “album”. Guitars are enough shredding and pressing, drumming is the same powerful, fat bass lines etc etc. All in all – “Vol. 1 & 2” is highly recommended for all the metalheads into heavy, doomy and sludgy sounds! Can’t wait when Seer will unlesh their first full-length!

70/100

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(c) Aleksandr Maksymov

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