Sete Star Sept Announce Two New Zealand Shows

Sete Star Sept Announce Two New Zealand Shows

Friday 31st October, 2014 11:56AM

Japanese noisegrind duo Sete Star Sept have announced two New Zealand shows for November. The Tokyo-based act, comprising of Kae on vocals and bass alongside Kiyasu on the drums, settled into their current formation in 2010 and have since been blowing away audiences with their intense live act. Here's the details for their upcoming shows on these shores...

Sete Star Sept

Saturday 8th November, Audio Foundation, Lucha Lounge, Auckland
Sunday 9th November, Valhalla, Wellington w/ Opium Eater and Vomit Storm

Tickets are available to the Wellington show HERE through UTR

Here's the two-piece tearing it up live in 2012...


Sete Star Sept is a noisegrind band from Tokyo, Japan. They are loud.

Sete Star Sept was started by Kiyasu (ex-The Endless Blockade) in 2004 in Japan. They began as a Gerogerigegege-influenced noisegrind band.

The band's name, "Sete Star Sept, " comes from a term used in pachinko, "7 star 7.” It has no meaning. "Sete" and "Sept" mean “seven” in Portuguese and French respectively.

In 2009, after appearing on various compilations, demos, and split releases, Sete Star Sept released their first album, "Revision Of Noise," on Fuck Yoga Records. Soon after, the lineup changed, with Kiyasu remaining on drums, and vocalist Kae taking on bass duties.

The duo have toured extensively around the planet Europe, Indonesia, Russia, Canada, USA and now Australia and NZ.


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