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Septicflesh

Formed: 1990
From: Athens, Greece
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Septicflesh News

Below is our complete Septicflesh news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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Graspop Announces A Further 103 Bands

The organisers of Graspop Metal Meeting, one of Europe's premier metal festivals and the biggest in Belgium has announced a further 103 bands added to next year's edition of the festival. The event will take place in the town of Dessel from June 15th - 18th.

The lineup is now as follows:

1914
Agnostic Front
Amon Amarth
Anti-Flag
Antimatter
Any Given Day
Arch Enemy
Architects
As I Lay Dying
Asking Alexandria
At The Gates
Avatar
Beast In Black
Behemoth
Billy Talent
Black Mirrors
Bloodywood
Butcher Babies
Cane Hill
Carpenter Brut
Clutch
Cradle Of Filth
Crowbar
Cyclone
Danko Jones
Dark Angel
Deathstars
Def Leppard
Delain
Dieth
Dirkschneider
Disturbed
Draconian
Eluveitie
End
Enter Shikari
Epica
Escape The Fate
Evergrey
Exodus
Fever 333
Fields of the Nephilim
Finntroll
Ghost
Gojira
Greg Puciato
Halestorm
Hatebreed
Heidevolk
Hippotraktor
Hollywood Undead
Hollywood Vampires
I Prevail
In Flames
Insomnium
Katatonia
Kissin’ Dynamite
Korpiklaani
Kreator
Landmvrks
Legion Of The Damned
Less Than Jake
Life Of Agony
Lionheart
Loathe
Lorna Shore
Marduk
Meshuggah
Molybaron
Monster Magnet
Motionless In White
Motley Crue
Novelists
Oceans
Orange Goblin
Orbit Culture
Pantera
Papa Roach
Parkway Drive
Polaris
Rancid
Russkaja
Seether
Septicflesh
Sick Of It All
Skindred
Sleep Token
Slipknot
Soen
Sólstafir
Spiritbox
Stand Atlantic
Stray From The Path
Testament
The Amity Affliction
The Answer
The Chats
The Ghost Inside
The Halo Effect
The Luka State
The Menzingers
The Raven Age
The Winery Dogs
Three Days Grace
Thundermother
Unearth
Vicious Rumours
Voivod
Watain

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The Agonist Premiere New Music Video

Canadian melodic death metal band The Agonist premiere a new official music video for “Immaculate Deception” taken from their latest EP “Days Before The World Wept“.

Explains frontwoman Vicky Psarakis: More...

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Septicflesh Unveils "Coming Storm" Lyric Video

Today sees the release of "Modern Primitive", the eleventh studio album from symphonic death metal trailblazers Septicflesh. The band have also released a lyric video for their newest single "Coming Storm", which you can check out below.

The band comments “At last our 11th full length album “Modern Primitive” is released. In order to make a proper celebration, we decided to put to good use Seth’s more than 100 layers of details from the album’s artwork. Enjoy the raging Death Symphonic madness of the single and lyric video of “Coming Storm”. The era of the Modern Primitive is now!” More...

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Septicflesh Releases New Lyric Video

Symphonic death metal maestros Septicflesh has revealed a striking lyric video, accompanying their magnificent new single "A Desert Throne." Depicting a desolate, desert wasteland, completely void of humanity as we know it - one hopes that the end of times are a farfetched, distant future...

The band commented:
"This is a more epic song with dominant dramatic melodies. Will mankind be leaving behind a barren Earth as its legacy? A desert planet like Mars? For the visualization of the song, a small animation sequence was created by Cloud Factory and was “dressed” appropriately with the lyrics of the song. Enjoy!"

Septicflesh's forthcoming studio record "Modern Primitive" will be released on 20th May 2022. More...

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Hypocrisy Announces European Tour With Septicflesh

On November 26th 2021, Hypocrisy released their critically acclaimed latest album "Worship," which saw the band's best ever global chart results. Now the Swedish death metal executors are set to rise up again to sweep across Europe like a storm, sure to leave a trail of pure death metal devastation across 17 countries and 37 cities. The huge Worship European Tour 2022 tour will launch on September 30th, taking in a string of three UK shows in October.

Hypocrisy warmly welcomes metal veterans SepticFlesh as special guests, as well as The Agonist and Horizon Ignited as supports on this outstanding run through Europe. Tickets are on sale now!

The tour dates are as follows: More...

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Septicflesh Shares "Neuromancer" Video

Symphonic death metal masters Septicflesh have revealed a new video for their magnificent new single "Neuromancer". The track thunders along with a fierce groove whilst allowing for flourishes of otherworldly atmosphere to permeate the seemingly impenetrable wall of sound. You can watch the video below.

Guitarist, vocalist and lyricist Sotiris Anunnaki V. comments "A technologically advanced society, where morals decline and crime thrives, is the “stage” of this song. The main character is suffering from severe neural damage. In order to receive a cure, and be able to physically reconnect to the global network, he accepts an obscure hacking mission. After all, the virtual reality data space, to him, is more like home.

"The skeleton of the song was structured upon the 12 string guitar. The main melody and the various emotional tones of the song, were crafted upon this more organic-sounding instrument. Then, after arrangement decisions were taken, the song turned out the way you hear it. Besides the strings, brass, and other standard orchestra sections used, a mandolin takes a lead role preparing for the climax of the addictive chorus and the ultra-heavy main riff. Also, there is a more theatrical interaction with the various vocal styles within our arsenal in this song." More...

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Septicflesh Reveals New Album Details

Symphonic death metal architects Septicflesh have announced details of their upcoming eleventh studio album "Modern Primitive". To coincide with the announcement, the band have revealed the conceptual new video for the album's first single "Hierophant". You can watch the video below. The album is scheduled to be released through Nuclear Blast on May 20th.

"Hierophant" tells the first part of story written by guitarist and clean vocalist Sotiris Anunnaki V titled "Salvation". It depicts the experience of a high priest, acting as a human conduit between Heaven and Earth. Having never heard a single word from the mouth of god, he grows tired of preaching the preordained words of the clergy. He turns to performing primitive and powerful rituals that have been long forbidden, as he seeks the guidance of a chaotic elemental consciousness. The second part of the tale will be revealed with the track "Self-Eater".

Vocalist and bassist Seth Siro Anton comments "Hierophant is the result of an experiment with ideas that have been haunting our minds for quite a long time. Eventually they matured, leading us to create one of our darkest compositions ever. It is a rhythmical song with profane heavy riffing, layered with melodies that bring to mind chants from mystical ancient civilizations like the Egyptians."

Guitarist and orchestrator Christos Antoniou states "We found it appropriate to add an imposing ritualistic element to the song. So, from the first second until the end, the orchestration is focused 100% on its grim task, to create an awe-inspiring atmosphere and put the listener at the center of this forbidden ceremony."

Tracklisting:

1. The Collector
2. Hierophant
3. Self-Eater
4. Neuromancer
5. Coming Storm
6. A Desert Throne
7. Modern Primitives
8. Psychohistory
9. A Dreadful Muse More...

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Act Of Denial (Soilwork, Etc.) Premiere 5th Single

Act Of Denial premiere the track “Your Dark Desires” as the fifth and final single from their impending debut record, “Negative“. That album is scheduled for an August 13th release by Crusader/Golden Robot.

Ex-Guns N’ Roses guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal guests on this particular song. Act Of Denial feature the below lineup: More...

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Act Of Denial (Testament, Etc.) Premiere New Track

Melodic death metal supergroup Act Of Denial (Soilwork, Testament, Benighted, Septicflesh, Etc.) premiere their new single titled “Slave", taken from their debut album “Negative” which will see a release later this year via Crusader Records.

Comments singer Bjorn “Speed” Strid (Soilwork, etc.) of this new song: More...

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Mexico Metal Fest Sixth Edition Line-up Poster

Mexico Metal Fest released it's updated line-up poster in all it's glory. The festival is set to take place on October 29 & 30th, 2021 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. More bands will be added to the 5th edition set to take place on the 30th. More...

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Septicflesh Records Children's Choir For New Album

Fantastic news from Greek's most promising symphonic death metal export: Septicflesh took another huge step in completing the recordings of their upcoming studio album. The children choir recordings for the new record are done - adding an unique vibe to the album as the band states:

"The children choir recordings for the new Septicflesh album have been completed with the very good collaboration of the Libro Coro. So you can expect some realy emotional parts on the songs, that thrive on the contrast of the angelic voices with the musical pandemonium surrounding them."

The as yet untitled new album has been in progress since August of this year and is set to be the band's first album in four years, marking the longest gap in between albums since reforming, as well as the band's first album since signing with Nuclear Blast.

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Act Of Denial (Testament, Etc.) Premiere New Song

Act Of Denial - the new melodic death metal supergroup featuring members of Soilwork, Testament, Septicflesh etc. - premiere a second new single titled “Controlled“. That track features a guest appearance of ex-Death guitarist Bobby Koelble. The group’s full-length debut “Negative” is in the works with further release details still to be announced.


Act Of Denial are: More...

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Act Of Denial's Krimh Posts Drum Cam Playthrough

New melodic death metal project Act Of Denial's (Soilwork, Testament, Septicflesh, Benighted etc.) drummer Krimh has just posted on his Youtube Channel a drum cam playthrough video for 'Puzzle Heart', watch it below:


Their supergroup's lineup includes: More...

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Act Of Denial Premiere Debut Single “Puzzle Heart”

New melodic death metal project Act Of Denial (Soilwork, Testament, Septicflesh, Benighted etc.) premiere their first advance track “Puzzle Heart”, taken from their impending debut album “Negative”.

Their supergroup's lineup includes: More...

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Septicflesh Finishes Recording Drum Tracks

Greek symphonic death metal veterans Septicflesh has revealed that drummer Kerim "Krimh" Lechner has finished recording his parts for the band's new, as-yet untitled new album.

Kerim “Krimh” Lechner comments, "Working with Jens Bogren is always a special experience. His meticulous approach for drum sound and performance pushes you to give your absolute best. Can’t wait to show you what we have created!"

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Act Of Denial Releases New Music Video

Act Of Denial, the Croatian based supergroup which features Koziak guitarists Voi Cox and Luger, as well as Soilwork vocalist Björn "Speed" Strid, bassist Steve Di Giorgio (Death, Testament), drummer Krimh (Septicflesh) and keyboardist John Lönnmyr (The Night Flight Orchestra, has uploaded a new music video for the song, "Puzzle Heart," you can check it out below. The song comes from the band's forthcoming album, "Negative," whose release date is unconfirmed at the present time.

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Septicflesh Begins Recording New Album

While details are scarce right now, Greek symphonic death metal veterans Septicflesh has confirmed that they are currently working on a new studio album, which is expected to be released through Nuclear Blast Records next year. The band has posted a teaser video showing the members in the studio, which you can check out below.

Septicflesh recently released the live album, "Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX," which was recorded in Mexico City, Mexico and saw the Hellenic quartet team with the Symphonic Experience Orchestra, the Enharmonía Vocalis Choir, and the National University of Mexico Children’s and Youth Choir. More...

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Septicflesh Premiere Orchestral Live Music Video

Septicflesh premiere a new official live music video for their orchestral performance of their song “The Vampire From Nazareth“. The clip is taken from their impending live Blu-ray, “Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX“, which is set to land in stores July 31st via Season Of Mist.

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Septicflesh To Release Live Blu Ray/DVD

Greek symphonic death metal masters Septicflesh will be releasing their Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX performance on Blu-ray and DVD. The full concert was taped in February 2019 during a sold out show at the Metropolitan Theater in Mexico City (MX). The unforgettable night was the largest production of its kind at the venue, which included the band, over 100 musicians from the Symphonic Experience Orchestra, the Enharmonía Vocalis Choir, and the National University of Mexico Children’s and Youth Choir.

The Blu-ray / DVD is set for worldwide release on July 31, 2020 via Season of Mist and pre-orders are available here.

Septicflesh comment on the release: "On the 2nd of February 2019, a historic for Septicflesh show took place in Mexico City at a fully packed Metropolitan Theater. For the first time and with the help of over 100 musicians, our songs were performed live in their full symphonic glory. The whole show was recorded and now it is time to present it to all our fans in a DVD/Blu Ray 5.1 entitled Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX that will be released from Season Of Mist. We are grateful to all people that made this experience possible and success!" More...

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Septicflesh Films Mexican Show For DVD

Last Saturday, Greek symphonic death metal outfit, Septicflesh, delivered a historic sold out performance at the Metropolitan Theater in Mexico City. The unforgettable night, entitled Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX, was the largest production of its kind at the venue which included the band and over 130 musicians from the Symphonic Orchestra and National University Of Mexico Children's and Youth Choir. If you weren't one of the 3, 200 attendees, rest assured that you will be able to witness the achievement as live footage of the event was captured for a future DVD release.

Septicflesh's unique blend of symphonic arrangements, avantgarde elements, atmosphere and eviscerating extreme metal has been converting legions into fans since the 90s. Now, with a streak of modern classic albums under their belt such as "Sumerian Daemons" (2002), "Communion" (2008), "The Great Mass" (2011), "Titan" (2014), and now "Codex Omega" (2017) there seems to be no stopping this creative juggernaut.

Septicflesh's latest album "Codex Omega" is the first to feature former Decapitated drummer Kerim "Krimh" Lechner. Months of hard work and experimentation crafted the album, and resulted in 10 compositions of dark sonic bliss. Lyrically and musically, "Codex Omega" is by far the most infernal release of Septicflesh to date. The album was produced by highly acclaimed metal producer, Jens Bogren (Opeth, Amom Amarth, Kreator). Besides the orchestral side represented once again by the Filmharmonic Orchestra of Prague, the band utilized traditional instruments such as Oud and Duduk and also a 12 string electro-acoustic guitar, enhancing the mystical atmosphere of the compositions. Of course as always, Codex Omega is dominated by the relentless death guitar riffing and the pale melodies that are the trademark of Septicflesh.

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