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Sarsekim - Fathom the Spheres - [2009] - GRAVEWISH

Artist: Sarsekim
Album: Fathom The Spheres
Year: 2009
Rel. Date: 2009-09-07
Genre: Death Metal
Label: Independent
Source: CD
Type: Album
Quality: VBR, 44.1kHz, Joint Stereo

Sarsekim have been around since 1998, made two EPs
and have just released their debut album "Fathom
The Spheres". If you haven't heard of the music of
Sarsekim it's basically Technical Death Metal with
a kind of blackened feeling about it. Not only
that but they throw in a fair bit of melody into
the mix. It's actually quite an interesting mix of
extreme and somewhat melodic. Let's dissect this
diverse ball of metal a bit further though.

The first thing I noticed about Fathom The Spheres
is that the production is a lot better than on
previous Sarsekim releases. The drumming for
example is cleaner and while it could possibly
sound deeper (the bass drum on some tracks more
than anything) it is clear of any kind of muddy
sounding layer. This album is something that
generally sounds quite good loud without any
interfering drone.

The music itself is pretty good too. The vocals
are a combination of a higher kind of rasp and a
deeper Death Metal growl. While this is more of a
Death Metal album than anything the blackened aura
does contribute to its distinctiveness. The
standout adaptation though is the technical side
of the Death Metal. The drumming is fast; often
with blasting double bass and the guitar-work is
fast on the notes and the strumming. Sometimes
even with a contrasting heavier and comparatively
slower secondary guitar. The melody comes with the
technicality as you'd expect, with the clever
solos and higher guitar notes.

Fathom The Spheres is unique in that it could
appeal to a whole multitude of metal fans but not
necessarily all of those in each style's fan
group. Technical Death Metal fans will most likely
like it, it still contains enough brutality for
the other side of the Death Metal world to enjoy
it and those into melody (and perhaps even Melodic
Death Metal) could find some satisfaction in the
album. Even though you wouldn't at all classify
Sarsekim's music as "Melodeath".

I liked Fathom The Spheres in the end for its
variety and its cleanliness. Even though Technical
Death Metal isn't the variety of our most extreme
style that I enjoy the most. Its other elements
hooked me in enough to make me want to listen to
this album multiple times. Technical Death Metal
fans should love this album while others though
will still like it.

1. The Consumate Destroyer 5:24
2. Continuing The Torment Of Confinement 3:40
3. Divining The Vital Source 5:20
4. Fragments Of The Unknown 2:44
5. The Transition 7:04
6. Sequestration 4:25
7. Noxious 3:59
8. The Tangible Being And The Detached Mind 4:48

Total Time 37:24