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SEPTEMBER MALEVOLENCE

Post Rock/Math rock • Sweden


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September Malevolence is a post-rock band from Gothenburg, Sweden formed in February of 2004. The first line-up of the band was Tommy Andersson, Mattias Carlsson, Martin Lundmark, Tobias Netshagen. They recorded their first EP in 2004 called "Surviving Destinies" and a year later their album debut "Tomorrow We'll Wonder Where This Generation Gets Its Priorities From". Their album got alot of positive remarks and even appeared on top lists of best instrumental acts from that year. After they made an European tour their guitarist left the band and after another European tour their drummer left the band also, but they still kept touring. In 2007 they added Johan Ellersten on drums and Johan Björklund guitar to replace the missing members.


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Discography:
Surviving Destinies, EP (2004)
Tomorrow We'll Wonder Where This Generation Gets Its Priorities From, studio album (2005)
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2.36 | 7 ratings
Tomorrow We'll Wonder Where This Generation Gets Its Priorities From
2005
3.00 | 3 ratings
After This Darkness, There's a Next
2008

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Surviving Destinies
2004

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 Tomorrow We'll Wonder Where This Generation Gets Its Priorities From by SEPTEMBER MALEVOLENCE album cover Studio Album, 2005
2.36 | 7 ratings

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Tomorrow We'll Wonder Where This Generation Gets Its Priorities From
September Malevolence Post Rock/Math rock

Review by snobb
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1 stars One more post-rock band from Scandinavia. You will hear here some standard sounds you're expecting from them. The music is a bit dreamy, a bit airy, partially acoustic, slightly melodic. Mid-tempo, for sure. Almost instrumental as well. With few heavy guitar riffs (no too much, don't worry). So, generally, almost your average Nordic post-rock band, when often the name of the band is not too important - the music is so simple and so similar, you don't care about band's name too much.

But there is some difference - the music is extremely low-fi, simple and primitive. The only possible connection with any form of progressive music is some long compositions. But whenever they are very repetitive and level of musicianship is extremely low, it's difficult to think that band's musical minimalism is just experimental musical form. I afraid, it is just only possible form they could play.

Whenever compositions are not too different between each other, you generally can think that you're listening just one long lazy song. It is popular opinion, that at its time new-age became most popular music for elevators. Possibly, then some post-rock bands will make them a big competition now.

Can't imagine who could be attracted by this work - possibly just heavy collector of all existent post-rock albums.

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2.36 | 7 ratings

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September Malevolence Post Rock/Math rock

Review by proger

4 stars first of all, exuse my bad english...

I love this album so much, and I dont agree with proqadicto review about this album, he wrote:The problem is that you always think I heard this before... but I don't remember where or when. From Explosions in the Sky. - well I think that there is simlarty between the bands, but not more than that.

This album is so uniq and have a great atmosphere, from the guitar tones and to the drums and bass tones, they all fit so good!.

1 Sinister 9:14- I think this is the badest song in the album, I dont know why I didnt get into him, he is still god song thoug, I will give him 3 from 5

2.On Our Own 7:39- wow great song, I love to mode of this song so much, great guitar chords and flowincy... I will give this song 4.5 from 5 stars.

3.Distance/Closure 5:14- this song have a clear structure, and this his is only lack, beside that he is got great druming, and very nice weird sacles on the guitar, I love the that they sing together really emotional. this sing get 4.5/5

4. this a keyboard's passage, very MALEVOLENCE- nice, short song. get 3/5 only cus he is a sort of passage to the next song.

5.Beaufort 9, And Rising 5:59- I dint like this song at first times I was listing to this album, but after I got to know his song I love it more, he is very minimalstic in his nature, but still very nice. I will give him 4\5.

6.Late Night Episode 7:48- very good song, that i like very much, great bass line that combaine very well the beautifull gitar lines, great singing parts, amazing harsh ending to this song, the guitars on distirions and playing on ocatve a lot make it a reall kick ass ending. 5\5

7.Nobody Noticed The Fire 13:43- this song is very similer to late night episode, he also devllope slowly but powerfully and comeinto amazing ending part, love this song! 5\5. great guitar lines, really great.

ok, so I dont know why this band is not so famous like she sould, they really got me this band, love them, but they have sort of dismantled, and it sad.

sorrey about my english...

Ido

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 Tomorrow We'll Wonder Where This Generation Gets Its Priorities From by SEPTEMBER MALEVOLENCE album cover Studio Album, 2005
2.36 | 7 ratings

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September Malevolence Post Rock/Math rock

Review by progadicto

3 stars Predictible. Maybe this is the best word to describe September Malevolence first album. Is not a bad album but you can find so many inffluences that after the first minute of every song you can predict the next section.

As I said, is not a bad album. In fact is very well arranged, is floating and almost magical and has some brilliant guitar sections. The problem is that you always think "I heard this before... but I don't remember where or when". From Explosions in the Sky to Tortoise (specially on guitar work), from GYBE (the reluctant crescendos) to Bark Psychosis (because the few vocals that appears on two of the seven songs of the album), September Malevolence seems to take those elements to make a new mixture but the experiment doesn't work totally.

Anyway, the last song of the album, Nobody Noticed the Fire, is a solid epic build on all these elements and most of the time works really great resuming all the characteristics of this band: athmospherical rhythmical guitar sections a la EitS, exploding crescendos, a nostalgic piano section and fluid and harmonic rhythmical changes. But not enough to make a great album.

Fans of EitS stuff will be delighted by this album... And just beacuse I really enjoy EitS music give to SM debut album 3*...

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