Asymmetric Warfare
Style: Thrash Metal
Release date: 24 March, 2012
Playing time: 44:48

Seita is a Brazilian four-piece band hailing out of Amsterdam. The music can be describes as thrash with some death and metalcore influences. Add a little bit of groove to it and you get the picture. The music is rather fast, with the usual breakdowns. Like other bands from Brazil, the lyrics are inspired by the contradictions and violence in their native country.

The Sepultura influences are there, just listen to the song "Godlike". Another thing that reminds me of that band are the vocals of Michel Gambini. He has a very aggressive singing style, sometimes reminding me of Derrick Green. The songs aren't bad and the music isn't very original, but it all sounds very good. If you like bands like Torture Squad and Sepultura, I know for sure that you will appreciate this one as well.

Seita is too regular and average to become the next Brazilian star, but the hunger and aggression is there and if they try to find an own sound you never know what's possible.


01. The Awakening
02. Godlike
03. Know Your Enemies
04. The Riot Starts Inside Everyone of Us
05. Reborn on Fire
06. What Cures
07. Baptism
08. Oppressive Redemption
09. No One But Me
10. Ditadura

Label: SAOL / H'Art / Zebralution
Distribution: SAOL / H'Art / Zebralution
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: 7 March, 2012