SEPTAGON – “Deadhead Syndicate” Album Streaming In Entirety

Septagon - Deadhead Syndicate - promo cover pic - 2016 - #MO9908ILMF

Deadhead Syndicate, the debut album from German thrashers SEPTAGON, is out now in North America on Cruz Del Sur Music. Stream the album in its entirety below:

Order the Deadhead Syndicate CD here.

SEPTAGON is the creature of LANFEAR / THEM mastermind Markus “Ulle” Ullrich, who in 2013 met Markus Becker (ATLANTEAN KODEX) with the idea of forming an old-school Speed/Thrash metal band which had the aggression of Exodus, Slayer and Testament and also the melody and technical appeal of Forbidden, Heathen, Realm and Watchtower. Expect fast, technical Thrash, mixed with mid-paced groove and good hooklines!  

Septagon - promo band pic - #MO1993ILMF8

Markus Becker – vocals
Markus Ullrich – guitars
Stef Binnig-Gollub – guitars
Alexander Palma – bass
Jürgen Schrank – drums

Septagon - Deadhead Syndicate - promo cover pic - 2016 - #MO9908ILMF

Critical Praise:

“A masterpiece for this decade.” – Mundo Rock & Heavy Webzine, 10/10

“Thrash with class!” – Deaf Forever (GER), 9/10

“Newcomer of the month!” – Rock Hard (GER), 8/10

“Septagon’s sound comes through as a pretty even mix of Spreading the Disease-era Anthrax, the single-oriented side of Iron Maiden, and the long tradition of German power metal.” – Last Rites (U.S.)

Demanding Speed Metal with top-class vocals!” – Legacy (GER), 13/15


For more info on SEPTAGON:

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Source: ClawHammer PR





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